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Fire

Threats to fire safety are commonly referred to as fire hazards. A fire hazard may include a situation that increases the likelihood of a fire or may impede escape in the event a fire occurs. Fire safety is the set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. Fire safety measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts. Vibrant conducts Fire Safety Training in their Mumbai office for interested people.


Food Handler

Food handler training is seen as one strategy whereby food safety can be increased, offering long-term benefits to the food industry.
The length and areas of food safety training received often differ from one food handler to the other and hence might result in differing levels of output.
Vibrant offers Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 Training in Food Safety for their clients in Mumbai and other parts of India.


Health and Safety

Educating workers on the basics of occupational health and safety can help reduce workplace accidents and injuries, and lifelong support for their families.


Working at Height

Latest statistics from the HSE reveal that, although falls from height are reducing, they are still one of the most common causes of injuries to employees and account for 29% of fatalities in the workplace. Employers are taking their responsibilities very seriously, not least because of the risks to a business, but also the number of lost working days every year as a result of injuries from falls from height. One of the best ways for a business to minimise its risks from Work at Height activities is to remain compliant with the legislation. Training Course for Work at Height is conducted by Vibrant in their Mumbai office.


Lead Auditors Course

A lead auditor is the one who is responsible for leading the audit team in an organization. He or she prepares the audit plan, delivers meetings and submits audit report at the end of quarter or year. Conducting audits is the main responsibility of a lead auditor and that needs to be done on a daily basis. The role of an auditor is completed broadly in three phases – Planning Phase, Audit Phase and Audit Reporting Phase. We have started conducting Lead Auditors Courses for ISO 9001, 14001 & OHSAS 18001 in our Mumbai office.


ISO 9001 Lead Auditor Course

ISO 9001 Lead Auditor training course enables you to develop the necessary expertise to perform a Quality Management System (QMS) audit by applying widely recognized audit principles, procedures and techniques. Based on practical exercises, you will be able to master audit techniques and become competent to manage an audit program, audit team, communication with customers, and conflict resolution. We have experts who conducts ISO 9001 Lead Auditors Courses in Mumbai Office.


Fire Safety

Fire safety measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts. Fire safety is often a component of building safety. Vibrant conducts Fire Safety Training in their Mumbai office for interested people.



Food Safety

It is important for people to understand how their behavior and activities contribute to the safety of food and how they can decrease the risk of food borne illness. From processes on the farm to practices in the kitchen, human activities play an important role in food safety.



Working at Height

Work at height means work in any place where, if precautions were not taken, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. You are working at height if you: work above ground/floor level. could fall from an edge, through an opening or fragile surface.Vibrant is conducting Working at Height training in their Mumbai Office.


Confined Space

A confined space is any space or object from which entry and exit is difficult. While work can be performed in a confined space, they are generally not designed for human occupancy. This means that work should only be carried out for as short a time as possible, and persons should only enter the confined space if it is absolutely necessary, in order to carry out and complete the job or task.



Scaffolding

A SCAFFOLD IS a temporary structure erected to support access or working platforms. Scaffolds are commonly used in construction work so workers have a safe, stable work platform when work cannot be done at ground level or on a finished floor. Basic Scaffolding Training is conducted by Vibrant in their Mumbai office.



Fire Safety

Fire prevention is a function of many fire departments. The goal of fire prevention is to educate the public to take precautions to prevent potentially harmful fires and be educated about surviving them. It is a proactive method of reducing emergencies and the damage caused by them.



Lifting

Lifting heavy items is one of the leading causes of injury in the workplace. Set the load down in the same way you picked it up, but in the reverse order. Bend at the knees, not the hips. Keep your head up, your stomach muscles tight, and do not twist your body. Keep the load as close to the body as possible. Wait until the load is secure to release your handhold.



Food Safety

Food hygiene are the conditions and measures necessary to ensure the safety of food from production to consumption. Food can become contaminated at any point during slaughtering or harvesting, processing, storage, distribution, transportation and preparation. Lack of adequate food hygiene can lead to foodborne diseases and death of the consumer. Vibrant conducts Food Safety training in their Mumbai Office.



First Aid Training

First Aid is the help given to someone who is injured or ill, to keep them safe until they can get more advanced medical treatment by seeing a doctor, health professional or go to hospital. A first aider has various responsibilities when dealing with an emergency situation. Every site, big or small must have few First Aider who have done proper First Aid Training Courses to handle emergency situations. Vibrant conducts First Aid Training Courses in their Mumbai office for interested people.



Confined Space Training

During confined space works where there is a realised or potential risk of an irrespirable environment, closed circuit breathing apparatus must be considered; not only to provide safety during work, but also to facilitate an emergency response. These self-contained units will enable the wearer to facilitate a task in a potentially gas filled/oxygen deficient environment. Confined Space Training is conducted by Vibrant in their Mumbai Office.



Working at Height

The hazards and factors affecting the risk from working at height include vertical distance of a fall, fragile roofs, roof lights, voids, sloping roofs, deteriorating materials, unprotected edges, unstable or poorly maintained access equipment and adverse weather conditions. Every person working at height, may be a Fitter, Painter, Electrician, Fabricator etc etc has to go through the Working at Height training course from a reputed training agency so that he is aware of all the Risk / Hazard involved with working at height & can safeguard himself.



Food Safety

Food safety is a scientific discipline describing handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food-borne illness. The occurrence of two or more cases of a similar illnesses resulting from the ingestion of a common food is known as a Food-borne disease outbreak. The primary tenet of food-service sanitation is absolute cleanliness. It begins with personal hygiene, the safe handling of foods during preparation, and clean utensils, equipment, appliances, storage facilities, kitchen and dining room. Food Safety Training is conducted by Vibrant in their Mumbai Office.



Lifting

Injuries related to lifting are often particularly troubling because it can be difficult to treat these types of injuries. Lifting heavy items is one of the leading causes of injury in the workplace. The best way to deal with lifting-related injuries is to do everything possible to prevent them. Make sure everyone in the facility knows that items over a certain weight require two or more people to lift them. Lifting injuries need to be taken very seriously, and when companies address them properly, the impact can be minimized. Take the time to do everything possible to help employees recover after they've been injured and then help them to prevent this type of injury from occurring again. By working with the employees on injury prevention, most facilities can keep everyone healthy and productive, which is important for the success of any facility.



Fire Safety Training

The key is training, knowledge, and preventative measures. It’s important that businesses establish and implement fire safety programs and that all employees are involved. Fire safety training kits should cover all vital elements such as hazard recognition, prevention, response and that is why it is important to get Fire Safety Training. Vibrant conducts Fire Safety Training Courses in their Mumbai office for interested people.



Fire Safety Course

The aim of the course is to improve the fire safety knowledge of anyone involved in the management of Fire Safety in any workplace. This includes Supervisors, Team Leaders, Fire Wardens (marshals) and Staff working in any areas where there is a potential risk of fire. To Avoid huge loss of materials, goods, properties & other valuable stuff and to protect human lives it is very important for the management people of all workplace to go through the Fire Safety Course from a reputed Training Agency.



Training Updation

If employees don’t have the correct training to perform their jobs properly, they will disengage. This, in turn, will result in work quality, productivity and customer satisfaction issues. “One-size-fits-all training programs are no longer enough. Instead, a more individualized and continuous approach to learning is necessary to help workers develop their individual strengths which can positively impact their job success and the company’s bottom line.”



Food Safety

Food Safety Courses refers to handling, preparing and storing food in a way to best reduce the risk of individuals becoming sick from foodborne illnesses. Food safety is a global concern that covers a variety of different areas of everyday life. The principles of food safety aim to prevent food from becoming contaminated and causing food poisoning. End number of people on a daily basis consume food from Hotels, so it becomes a moral responsibility of the people from hospitality industry and other small hotels to manufacture and supply fresh and hygiene food to protect the customers health from food poisoning and other foodborne diseases. HACCP is an excellent course for people working in hospitality industry, specially for kitchen staff and F&B staff.



First Aid

Accidents can happen to anyone but knowing about the first-aid can help you save a life. However, most people are clueless about what to do if a person faints, drowns or suffers an electric shock. Moreover, first aid for various health problems like high blood glucose, low blood sugar or heart attack, is not known by many. Therefore, all the employers must ensure that they have professional First Aiders at their sites who have particularly gone through the First Aid course from a relevant training agency which will help in saving life during extreme working conditions at site.



Scaffolding Training

Proper inspection of scaffolding, along with training, can also help to minimize safety risks during scaffold erection and dismantling. A person who is engaged in the erection and dismantling of Scaffolding must have done a scaffold erector course from a authorized training company.



Fire Safety Training

Fire hazards can arise in a variety of environments or while undertaking certain activities. Of course, the risk of fire is more likely in situations when flammable chemicals or combustible materials are being used, but even in offices and other lower risk environments, the risk of fire is always prevalent. That’s why fire safety and emergency procedures in the workplace are so important. Also important is to have a Fire Warden at workplace who would have completed a Fire Safety Course to tackle emergency situations.



First Aid Course

Learning basic first aid techniques can help you cope with an emergency. You may be able to keep a person breathing, reduce their pain or minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until an ambulance arrives. First Aider plays a very important role at work site during emergency situation.



The Importance of Construction Safety Training in India

For construction supervisors, managing risk comes with the territory. In some instances, the risk associated with project delays and liquidated damages may make some supervisors or construction managers skimp on safety training.

Often, in India, there is the general belief that safety training is important, but is simply common sense and something that most workers are familiar with. Under this flawed belief, managers who are under pressure to meet project deadlines might cut safety training short in exchange for more hours of actual work. While skimping on safety training may seem like a good idea, it rarely is and can result in significant liability for the general contractor and even the property owner.



Fire Safety Training

Fire safety is the set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. Fire safety measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of afire after it starts. Vibrant conducts Fire Safety Training in their Mumbai office for interested people.



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FIRE SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

The Fire Safety Training Course is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selecting and using a fire extinguisher. The course is designed to train staff in your fire safety procedures. The Fire Safety Order requires that fire safety training is provided to staff when they commence employment and that refresher training is provided on a regular basis.



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Improving performance and productivity. Each safety training course title aims to promote the highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being of workers in all industrial maintenance and other occupational environments. Total Safety provides both standard and customized industrial safety training and instruction for a broad range of workplace requirements. Our hands-on, no-compromise approach ensures your satisfaction and more importantly, your worker’s safety.



FOOD SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

Food safety and quality refers to the safety measures taken from the farmers/suppliers to the beneficiaries. This is to ensure all the safety, nutritional quality and acceptability of the delivered foods. As well as food acceptability by customers. Safely keeping of food will also maintain the utilizing quality of it.



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People were getting injured and dying in large numbers. There was little or no regard for safety and by the late 1800s, the problem was so alarming that organizations and governments were spurred to take action. New legislation, safety boards, and labour organizations quickly emerged to remedy a situation that had gone on for too long. Manufacturers everywhere began to make changes by implementing awareness training, guidelines, and policies. Most importantly, they began to shift the way they thought about workplace safety. All of these efforts amounted to significant improvements. Today, in India, all major projects must compulsorily have safety professionals to guide and monitor the workers and to also ensure that all workers must have gone through the required safety training before starting the work.



FIRST AID SAFETY COURSES IN MUMBAI

Whether employees work in a high-hazard or low-hazard environment, they face a variety of risks. Shock, bleeding, poisonings, burns, temperature extremes, musculoskeletal injuries, bites and stings, medical emergencies and distressed employees in confined spaces are just a sampling of the first aid emergencies which might be encountered in your business. These risks are compounded when employees don't feel well. Their lack of concentration can result in costly injuries. Therefore, each and every site must have few first aiders and if possible get maximum workers trained regarding first aid safety.



WORKING AT HEIGHT COURSE IN MUMBAI

Workers in maintenance and construction are particularly at risk, but many other people in a variety of jobs could also be at risk of falling from height. Such professions include: painters, decorators and window cleaners and those who carry out ad hoc work without proper training, planning or equipment. Whatever the task, any working at height needs to be planned in advance, with careful consideration given to the selection and use of work equipment and means of escape in an emergency. And the best way to ensure the safety of all these professionals is to give them proper training of “WORKING AT HEIGHT”



FIRE SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

The successful prevention of fire loss depends almost entirely on the management of the business. Fire create total waste. Such waste would not be tolerated by efficient management, if it resulted from inefficient operation. This article will focus on the characteristics and elements of fire, potential fire hazards, measures to be followed for fire preparedness, fire protection and evacuation procedures. Fire has enormous potential for destruction. It creates havoc-loss of lives, damage to plant and property, thereby interrupting production – a National loss. During the early stage of fire, your action plays a crucial role in the safety of your family, or colleagues and the amount of damage that occurs.



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Emergency first aid is the care that is given to an injured or sick person prior to treatment by medically trained personnel. First aid usually refers to administration of care to a human, although it can also be done on animals. The aim of first aid is to prevent a deterioration of the patient's situation, to aid recovery, and to preserve life. Vibrant conducts First Aid Training Courses in their Mumbai office for interested people.



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The most prevalent cause of workplace injuries is misusing tools and machinery. Only use equipment for its intended purpose and make sure you use it properly. Furthermore, regularly cleaning and inspecting equipment lessens the likelihood of a fire, explosion, or other injuries. For instance, dust can cause an explosion if it catches on fire. To prevent dust accumulation, use industrial vacuums to clean machines where dust gathers. No matter what type of manufacturing jobs your career involves, safety is vital. These safety topics are a good starting point when considering safety in the workplace.



FIRE SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

Employers are required to install and maintain smoke alarms to alert employees of possible fire hazards. If the employer has additional fire detection systems, he must maintain these in good working order. The alarm must be audible over normal workplace noise and must be readily identifiable as an emergency alarm. They should have a written safety plan and should train employees in fire safety. In addition to educating employees on evacuation routes and the use of fire extinguishers, any employees who work with flammable chemicals should receive additional training on the safe handling of these chemicals.



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Learning basic first aid techniques can help you cope with an emergency. You may be able to keep a person breathing, reduce their pain or minimise the consequences of injury or sudden illness until an ambulance arrives. First aid helps ensure that the right methods of administering medical assistance are provided. Knowing how to help a person is just as important in emergency situations. In the workplace, it is the job of a first aid responder to assist in stabilizing an injured or ill person until professional medical help arrives. First aid is medical attention that is typically administered immediately after an injury or illness occurs.



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Industrial workplaces are dangerous. Manufacturing facilities have machines with moving parts, dangerous tools, and ergonomic hazards. At construction worksites, falls, moving vehicles, and heavy materials are common. Warehouses experience a lot of forklift traffic, lifting hazards, and even slip and fall risks. Accidents happen, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do about it. With some preparation and planning, employers can identify the hazards in their facilities and take steps to reduce the risk of injuries, illnesses, and even fatalities.



FIRE SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

Fire safety is the set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. Fire safety measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts. Fire safety measures include those that are planned during the construction of a building or implemented in structures that are already standing, and those that are taught to occupants of the building. Threats to fire safety are commonly referred to as fire hazards. A fire hazard may include a situation that increases the likelihood of a fire or may impede escape in the event a fire occurs.



FIRE SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

Fire safety measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts. Fire safety is often a component of building safety. The purpose of fire safety is to eliminate injuries. Safety needs to be respected by everyone who works together or else something can go wrong.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

No matter your occupation, workplace safety is vital. However, it is especially important in the manufacturing industry since you are dealing with heavy machinery. Therefore, taking safety precautions seriously and conducting safety training is extremely important for manufacturing jobs. Although every work environment has varying degrees of danger and exposure to potential hazards, every workplace, even offices, are subject to accidents, injuries and illnesses. In fact, one might argue that sedentary work environments face especially dangerous health and safety challenges, as inactivity can result in a number of serious health problems.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Fire safety information saves lives. It's as simple as that. Whether it's in your own home or in your place of employment, education and clear markings of important fire hazards and safety equipment can prevent injuries and save structures as long as people are well aware of everything they need to know. The Importance of Fire Safety Training. ... Instead, it is hugely beneficial to provide professional fire safety training for your staff, or chosen designated employees, ensuring that they have the knowledge to respond safely and effectively in the event of a fire.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Workplace safety cannot exist on best practice guidelines and policies alone. A safe working environment is based on how well the people, in both management and on the factory floor, adhere to -- and communicate about -- safety standards. It’s up to facility managers and business owners to get their employees on board with workplace safety efforts, encouraging them to become active members in the process. Share with them the workplace injury statistics and the inherent risks their job presents to them on a daily basis. Provide incentives that reward them for exemplifying great workplace safety behavior. These simple initiatives really do make all of the difference.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Basic first aid refers to the initial process of assessing and addressing the needs of someone who has been injured or is in physiological distress due to choking, a heart attack, allergic reactions, drugs or other medical emergencies. In the workplace, it is the job of a first aid responder to assist in stabilizing an injured or ill person until professional medical help arrives. ... First aid is medical attention that is typically administered immediately after an injury or illness occurs. Vibrant conducts First Aid Safety Training in their Mumbai office for interested people.



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First aid is emergency care given immediately to an injured person. The purpose of first aid is to minimize injury and future disability. In serious cases, first aid may be necessary to keep the victim alive. First aid kits are necessary so that you can treat ailments and injuries that happen at home. From the minor ailment to the more serious injury a first aid kit can help reduce the risk of infection or the severity of the injury.



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Workplace safety cannot exist on best practice guidelines and policies alone. A culture of safety needs to be ruthlessly embedded to the crux of every employee. Managers will be allotted appropriate duties to bring in the culture where safety is given priority. There has been a surge in Safety Meetings becoming mandatory to employees to attend to. New safety issues are being discovered, addressed and reviewed instantaneously. This increase not only helps to solve issues quickly but also ensures employees remain up-to-date on new safety protocols thereby reducing the rate of workplace injury. Safety is a communal responsibility that should be considered and addressed by employers and employees alike.



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Prevent further harm: Prevent further harm also sometimes called prevent the condition from worsening, or danger of further injury, this covers both external factors, such as moving a patient away from any cause of harm and applying first aid techniques to prevent worsening of the condition, such as applying pressure. It is important first aiders take these roles and responsibilities seriously as first aid is potentially lifesaving in an emergency situation. The role of a first aider is to provide immediate, lifesaving, medical care before the arrival of further medical help. Vibrant conducts First Aid Safety Training in their Mumbai office for interested people.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Safety needs to be respected by everyone who works together or else something can go wrong. Firefighters have many health considerations. For instance, they must stay informed about job-related health issues. They must also use precautions to avoid exposure to AIDS. Other considerations even consist of properly cleaning and storing tools and equipment. Firefighters also have to keep up with physical fitness also. All of these things help to maintain a good safety record. The main goals of the safety program consist of preventing damage or loss of equipment, preventing human suffering, casualties, injuries, and exposures to hazardous atmospheres and transmittable diseases.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Working at height remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries. Common cases include falls from ladders and through fragile surfaces. ‘Work at height’ means work in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury (for example a fall through a fragile roof). You must make sure work is properly planned, supervised and carried out by competent people with the skills, knowledge and experience to do the job. You must use the right type of equipment for working at height. Vibrant conducts Working at Height Safety Training in their Mumbai office for interested people.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

The main aims of first aid are to: Preserve life – This includes the life of the casualty, bystander and rescuer. Protect the casualty from further harm – Ensure the scene is safe. Provide pain relief – This could include the use of ice packs or simply applying a sling. First aid kits are necessary so that you can treat ailments and injuries that happen at home. From the minor ailment to the more serious injury a first aid kit can help reduce the risk of infection or the severity of the injury. It is important first aiders take these roles and responsibilities seriously as first aid is potentially lifesaving in an emergency situation. The role of a first aider is to provide immediate, lifesaving, medical care before the arrival of further medical help.



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Fire is crucial for the development of human society, and it has become an important part of human civilization. Among different types of disasters, fire constitutes a significant threat to life and property in urban and rural areas.
Fire risk is defined as the product of the probability of fire occurrence and the consequence or extent of damage to be expected on the occurrence of fire. It is a function of three factors: loss of or harm to something that is valued (e.g., life, property, business continuity, heritage, the environment, or some combination of these), the scenario that may induce the loss or harm, and a judgment about the probability that the loss or harm will occur.



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The most recent findings from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that 937 construction workers were killed in 2015. That marked the most fatalities of any industry sector – almost three times worse than in manufacturing – and the deadliest year for construction since 2008. Construction-related fatalities accounted for 21.4 percent of all worker fatalities in 2015.



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Fire can spread rapidly through your home, leaving you
as little as two minutes to escape safely once the alarm
sounds. Your ability to get out depends on advance
warning from smoke alarms and advance planning—a
home fire escape plan that everyone in your family is
familiar with and has practiced. To avoid fatality, maximum members of every family must have reasonable knowledge on FIRE SAFETY.



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First aid kits are necessary so that you can treat ailments and injuries that happen at home. From the minor ailment to the more serious injury a first aid kit can help reduce the risk of infection or the severity of the injury. First aid and CPR training also have practical benefits, including: All employees become more safety aware, helping bring down the number of accidents. First aid and CPR save lives, particularly where there are grave injuries and it is critical that immediate action is taken.



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The Importance of Fire Safety Training. Instead, it is hugely beneficial to provide professional fire safety training for your staff, or chosen designated employees, ensuring that they have the knowledge to respond safely and effectively in the event of a fire. Fire safety information saves lives. It's as simple as that. Whether it's in your own home or in your place of employment, education and clear markings of important fire hazards and safety equipment can prevent injuries and save structures as long as people are well aware of everything they need to know.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Industrial workplaces are dangerous. Manufacturing facilities have machines with moving parts, dangerous tools, and ergonomic hazards. At construction work sites, falls, moving vehicles, and heavy materials are common. Warehouses experience a lot of forklift traffic, lifting hazards, and even slip and fall risks. Accidents happen, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do about it. With some preparation and planning, employers can identify the hazards in their facilities and take steps to reduce the risk of injuries, illnesses, and even fatalities. The first step to increasing safety is getting the information you need to get started. Today, in India, all major projects must compulsorily have safety professionals to guide and monitor the workers and to also ensure that all workers must have gone through the required safety training before starting the work.



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Every year in the news there seems to be a major incident resulting from an accident in a hazardous area. Most of these unfortunate incidents could have been prevented with a measure of safety competence, better planning and the right equipment. While well-meaning companies can make mistakes, in hazardous areas, those mistakes can come at a high price. The key to avoiding these safety incidents lies in preparation, regulatory-standards knowledge and careful selection of the right equipment for hazardous-zone operation. Identifying the right equipment that can deliver both workplace safety and accurate measurements can be a challenging task for manufacturers. However, it is essential for a safe and reliable operation that limits potential danger to employees and capital.



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Explosions and fires in the workplace can be extremely dangerous and you should take the necessary steps to ensure maximum fire safety. Provide full accessibility to electrical control panels. Never block the panels, which are used to shut down power in an emergency, with materials or other equipment. The Importance of Fire Safety Training. ... Instead, it is hugely beneficial to provide professional fire safety training for your staff, or chosen designated employees, ensuring that they have the knowledge to respond safely and effectively in the event of a fire.



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Improving performance and productivity. Each safety training course title aims to promote the highest degree of physical, mental and social well-being of workers in all industrial maintenance and other occupational environments. Safety is very important aspect for any industry as an accident free work environment boosts the morale of the team members working in any hazardous situations. Recognising these facts industries involving various hazards and risks industries prepare their own safety policy, safety manual and have a separate department/section for safety so as to create proper aware¬ness and provide the know-how-about the safety.


LIFTING SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Lifting heavy items is one of the leading causes of injury in the workplace. When employees use smart lifting practices, they are less likely to suffer from back sprains, muscle pulls, wrist injuries, elbow injuries, spinal injuries, and other injuries caused by lifting heavy objects. Plan ahead when beginning work that will require high-frequency and long-duration lifting. This way, the work can be organized in such a way so as to minimize the time workers spend holding loads. Planning can also include the pre-assembly of work items to minimize the time spent handling them during the actual work.



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First aid is as easy as ABC – airway, breathing and CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation). In any situation, apply the DRSABCD Action Plan. DRSABCD stands for: Danger – always check the danger to you, any bystanders and then the injured or ill person. In the workplace, it is the job of a first aid responder to assist in stabilizing an injured or ill person until professional medical help arrives. ... First aid is medical attention that is typically administered immediately after an injury or illness occurs. First aid and CPR training also have practical benefits, including: All employees become more safety aware, helping bring down the number of accidents. First aid and CPR save lives, particularly where there are grave injuries and it is critical that immediate action is taken.



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Every workplace should have fire extinguishers in visible and accessible locations, and employees should be trained in their use. Employers are required to install and maintain smoke alarms to alert employees of possible fire hazards. If the employer has additional fire detection systems, he must maintain these in good working order. The alarm must be audible over normal workplace noise and must be readily identifiable as an emergency alarm. Employers should have a written safety plan and should train employees in fire safety. In addition to educating employees on evacuation routes and the use of fire extinguishers, any employees who work with flammable chemicals should receive additional training on the safe handling of these chemicals.



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You need to establish training programs that educate your own employees and your supply chain partners about health & safety, environmental and quality issues in the workplace. Workplace safety training is a process that aims to provide your workforce with knowledge and skills to perform their work in a way that is safe for them and their co-workers. In addition, an effective workplace safety plan includes instructions and guidelines to identify hazards, report them, and deal with incidents. The main purpose of the Act is to protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job. It sets out duties for all workplace parties and rights for workers. It establishes procedures for dealing with workplace hazards and provides for enforcement of the law where compliance has not been achieved voluntarily.



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First aid helps ensure that the right methods of administering medical assistance are provided. Knowing how to help a person is just as important in emergency situations. It only takes six minutes for the human brain to expire due to lack of oxygen. First aid kits are necessary so that you can treat ailments and injuries that happen at home. From the minor ailment to the more serious injury a first aid kit can help reduce the risk of infection or the severity of the injury. It is a proactive method of reducing emergencies and the damage caused by them.



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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) require. Employers to implement fire protection and prevention programs in the. Workplace. The regulations that apply to fire protection and prevention can. A Fire Safety Plan is designed by the building owner to identify the actions that should be taken by the occupants and building management in the event of a fire or similar emergency situation. ... The Fire Safety Plan therefore covers fire prevention, evacuation and emergency response.


DEFENSIVE DRIVING SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI
It is a set of driving skills that allow you to defend yourself against possible collisions caused by bad drivers, drunk drivers and poor weather. Defensive drivers are able to avoid dangers on the road by using their safe driving practises. One important piece of safety on the road is defensive driving. Reducing risk through the avoidance of dangerous situations helps maintain driving safety on the road.



FIRST AID SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

If an accident happens in the workplace, you cannot be a helpless witness, since simply standing by can potentially worsen the situation. This is why it's important to have at least a basic knowledge of first aid. At its most basic, first aid is the initial assistance given to a victim of injury or illness. Accidents will always happen. Because of this, properly-trained individuals and the right first aid equipment help ensure better safety for everyone. Without the proper first aid, a simple injury could turn into something much more severe. Many fatalities resulting from accidents and emergency situations result from lack of immediate medical treatment. First aid doesn’t just facilitate recovery. It helps save lives.



LIFTING EQUIPMENTS INSPECTION IN MUMBAI

Lifting accessories are pieces of equipment that are used to attach the load to lifting equipment, providing a link between the two. Any lifting accessories used between lifting equipment and the load may need to be taken into account in determining the overall weight of the load. Frequent and heavy lifting and handling can cause back injuries. But using lifting and handling aids can remove or reduce that risk and keep workers healthy at work. This guidance is intended for managers, employees and their representatives and others involved in the selection of lifting and handling aids.



FIRE SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

As the responsible person you must carry out and regularly review a fire risk assessment of the premises. This will identify what you need to do to prevent fire and keep people safe. You must have a fire detection and warning system. You may need different types of detectors, depending on the type of building and the work carried out in it. You need to train new staff when they start work and tell all employees about any new fire risks. You should carry out at least one fire drill per year and record the results. You must keep the results as part of your fire safety and evacuation plan.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fire safety information saves lives. It's as simple as that. Whether it's in your own home or in your place of employment, education and clear markings of important fire hazards and safety equipment can prevent injuries and save structures as long as people are well aware of everything they need to know. Instead, it is hugely beneficial to provide professional fire safety training for your staff, or chosen designated employees, ensuring that they have the knowledge to respond safely and effectively in the event of a fire. Effective housekeeping can eliminate some workplace hazards and help get a job done safely and properly. Poor housekeeping can frequently contribute to accidents by hiding hazards that cause injuries. ..



CONFINED SPACE TRAINING IN INDIA

A confined space is any space or object from which entry and exit is difficult. While work can be performed in a confined space, they are generally not designed for human occupancy. This means that work should only be carried out for as short a time as possible, and persons should only enter the confined space if it is absolutely necessary, in order to carry out and complete the job or task.



Food Safety Training In Mumbai

Food hygiene are the conditions and measures necessary to ensure the safety of food from production to consumption. Food can become contaminated at any point during slaughtering or harvesting, processing, storage, distribution, transportation and preparation. Lack of adequate food hygiene can lead to food borne diseases and death of the consumer. Vibrant conducts Food Safety training in their Mumbai Office.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

The Fire Safety Training Course is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selecting and using a fire extinguisher. The course is designed to train staff in your fire safety procedures. It is hugely beneficial to provide professional fire safety training for your staff, or chosen designated employees, ensuring that they have the knowledge to respond safely and effectively in the event of a fire.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

It is important for people to understand how their behaviour and activities contribute to the safety of food and how they can decrease the risk of food borne illness. From processes on the farm to practices in the kitchen, human activities play an important role in food safety. It is vital that good standards of personal hygiene are maintained by food handlers. Contaminated hands will spread bacteria around a kitchen very quickly. Safely keeping of food will also maintain the utilizing quality of it.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

First aid training provides your staff with the confidence and capability to react immediately to an incident, injury or illness. In the event of a medical emergency, when properly trained, a fellow employee can administer basic medical treatment or CPR (as needed). Assess the situation and circumstances in order to act safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency. It is important first aiders take these roles and responsibilities seriously as first aid is potentially life saving in an emergency situation. The role of a first aider is to provide immediate, lifesaving, medical care before the arrival of further medical.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Whilst all working environments are different, here are some common fire hazards in the workplace to look out for to reduce the risk of accidental fire. Build-up of waste such as paper, cardboard and other combustible materials can be a problem in many workplace sites, in particular offices. The goal of fire prevention is to educate the public to take precautions to prevent potentially harmful fires and be educated about surviving them and that is why it is important to do Fire Safety training for reducing emergencies and the damage caused by them.



WASTE HAZARD AUDIT IN MUMBAI – INDIA

The most important reason for waste collection is the protection of the environment and the health of the population and therefore it is mandatory for hotels, hospitals and all other industrial and construction companies to conduct WASTE HAZARD AUDIT in their respective organisations. Rubbish and waste can cause air and water pollution. Rotting garbage is also known to produce harmful gases that mix with the air and can cause breathing problems in people. Hazardous wastes are poisonous by products of manufacturing, farming, city septic systems, construction, automotive garages, laboratories, hospitals, and other industries. The waste may be liquid, solid, or sludge and contain chemicals, heavy metals, radiation, dangerous pathogens, or other toxins.



WORKING AT HEIGHT TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Work at height (where unavoidable) should preferably be carried out from the safety of a platform with suitable edge protection in place, but sometimes this may not be possible. In such situations, a ladder may have to be used; however, ladders are best used only as a means of gaining access to and from a workplace. They should only be used at a workplace for light work of short duration and only after careful hazard identification, risk analysis and planning. Whatever the task, any working at height needs to be planned in advance, with careful consideration and proper safety training given to the selection and use of work equipment and means of escape in an emergency.



WASTE HAZARD AUDIT IN MUMBAI – INDIA

Despite a massive increase in recycling rates over recent years, consumer society continues to generate large quantities of waste. Waste tends to be a by-product of a more affluent lifestyle – people in less developed countries do not have the purchasing power to generate waste in the first place, and poverty forces them into reusing as much as they can for other purposes. With the very large populations and rapid economic development we are witnessing in countries such as China and India, it is inevitable that the problem of waste and its disposal will have an increasingly significant effect. Poorly managed waste can pose a threat to health, the quality of our environment and places a burden on businesses and national economics. As a result, the management and minimisation of waste have moved up the agenda for any efficient commercial operation. Waste Hazards Audits, especially in hotels will help minimize the risk generated because of it and also safeguard the environment.



CONFINED SPACE TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Confined spaces come in many shapes, sizes and configurations. Often, they are easy to spot. Sometimes they are not. Workers need to recognize that potentially hazardous areas in their facility exist and are big enough for people to enter, challenging to access and exit, and definitely not intended for people to routinely occupy. Before work inside these potentially dangerous areas is authorized by the employer, a detailed hazard assessment needs to be performed for each identified confined space. Employers must train their personnel to conduct confined space entry procedures or hire qualified contractors who can protect themselves with a permit entry system. This involves working from the guidance provided in the hazard assessments, continuously monitoring working conditions, and having all necessary safety equipment to prevent accidents from occurring.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI- INDIA

A food safety hazard refers to any agent with the potential to cause adverse health consequences for consumers. Food hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, allergenic, nutritional and/or biotechnology-related. It is important for people to understand how their behaviour and activities contribute to the safety of food and how they can decrease the risk of food borne illness. From processes on the farm to practices in the kitchen, human activities play an important role in food safety.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI – INDIA

The Fire Safety Training Course is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selecting and using a fire extinguisher. The course is designed to train staff in your fire safety procedures. Fire safety is very important in the field of fire fighting and fire prevention. The purpose of fire safety is to eliminate injuries. There are many different forms of safety. There are also safety programs for fire-fighters. The main goals of the safety program consist of preventing damage or loss of equipment, preventing human suffering.



WASTE HAZARD AUDIT IN MUMBAI-INDIA

Hazardous waste generators have a duty of care in ensuring that their wastes are disposed of in an environmentally acceptable manner. Increasingly, generators are being made liable for environmental damage at the site of a waste disposal contractor if their wastes have been accepted by that facility. An audit procedure is described, that permits generators to examine the performance of waste vendors and to assess their potential liability as a result of using the site. Post-audit decisions in estimating the degree of risk and selecting appropriate waste contractors are also discussed. The purpose of this paper is to guide the prospective auditor through the site assessment procedure, highlighting areas of particular concern in relation to present or future potential liabilities. The audit procedure that is described, applies to all types of waste disposal operations in all countries, since the principles of good waste management do not vary.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI – INDIA

Providing immediate and effective first aid to workers or others who have been injured or become ill at the workplace may reduce the severity of the injury or illness and promote recovery. Employers and the self-employed need to assess the first aid requirements of their work. Make sure there are enough trained first aiders and facilities to help casualties of illness or injury immediately, and that an ambulance or other professional help can be summoned without delay. For any emergency procedures to work well, all operators and managers must aware of the procedures and have the opportunity to test them. You should test, evaluate and modify your procedures to ensure they are working.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI – INDIA

Good food hygiene is an important practice that we need to observe to ensure our food is safe for consumption, without this healthy practice, harmful germs that cause food poisoning can spread very easily during food preparation process, it is therefore our full responsibility to keep the food that we and our loved ones eat very clean and safe during and after preparation on a daily basis. Food safety has a lot to do with eating clean food, handling food, storing food and maintaining personal hygiene on a daily basis and this cut across to food handlers, businesses (food businesses) as both the food handlers and food business dealers have the responsibility of ensuring that foods are kept healthy and void of contamination.



CONFINED SPACE TRAINING IN MUMBAI

During confined space works where there is a realised or potential risk of an irrespirable environment, closed circuit breathing apparatus must be considered; not only to provide safety during work, but also to facilitate an emergency response. These self-contained units will enable the wearer to facilitate a task in a potentially gas filled/oxygen deficient environment. Confined Space Training is conducted by Vibrant in their Mumbai Office.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Workplace safety cannot exist on best practice guidelines and policies alone. A culture of safety needs to be ruthlessly embedded to the crux of every employee. Managers will be allotted appropriate duties to bring in the culture where safety is given priority. There has been a surge in Safety Meetings becoming mandatory to employees to attend to. New safety issues are being discovered, addressed and reviewed instantaneously. This increase not only helps to solve issues quickly but also ensures employees remain up-to-date on new safety protocols thereby reducing the rate of workplace injury. Safety is a communal responsibility that should be considered and addressed by employers and employees alike.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI – INDIA

No matter how small or large a company is, workers in all fields of industry face workplace dangers that can threaten their health and safety. In some industries, such as in the mining and oil industries, the dangers can be evident: exposure to harmful chemicals, fires, explosions and breakdown of machinery are just some of the health risk that workers in these fields face every single working day. Because hazards are present in all types of industries, it’s essential for companies to provide health and safety training for their workers and to update this knowledge on a regular basis. Educating workers on the basics of occupational health and safety can help reduce workplace accidents and injuries, saving companies from costly legal battles with employees and lifelong support for their families. In addition, prioritizing the safety of your personnel can keep them from leaving the job because of work-related illness, keeping financial losses secondary to lack of skilled workers at a minimum.



WASTE HAZARD AUDIT IN MUMBAI – INDIA

The first step to reducing waste is to find out how much you’re wasting to begin with and what kind of waste your establishment is producing. The primary goal of a waste audit is to identify where your operation's waste comes from, so you can then find ways to reduce it. It’s important to assess your food waste regularly so that you can constantly monitor trends and implement any changes that may be necessary. No matter how delicious your recipe is, certain dishes can sometimes simply fall out of fashion as customers seek different, newer options. Staff members may move on, so you’ll have new employees to train and manage. There are so many factors that may contribute to increased waste within your carefully thought-out system, so checking in on them is just part of the process of reducing food waste in your restaurant. If your waste production turns out to be more than you thought, try taking some simple steps to better monitor and minimize your waste production.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes. Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site. Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs. With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

The risk of fire within a workplace is one that needs to be constantly assessed and managed. One of the most effective ways of reducing the risk of fire is to educate staff and promote fire safety awareness. Promoting fire safety within the workplace is primarily about education. Do not assume that your employees thoroughly understand what causes a fire to start, spread, or be extinguished. Employees should know about assessed risk within their workplace, the hazards outlined and any potential failures and the consequences. This should help employees to understand the scope and implications of their actions as well as how to avoid failures and maintain safety in future.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI – INDIA

A food safety hazard refers to any agent with the potential to cause adverse health consequences for consumers. Food hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, allergenic, nutritional and/or biotechnology-related. It is a legal requirement that staff involved in a food environment are trained and/or supervised, commensurate with their work activity. The responsibility for the supervision and training of staff lies with the proprietor of the food business. No matter how large or small the organization, a food processing facility should regard food safety and concern for public health as its number one priority. All food processors should have a well-designed food safety training program that includes a diverse curriculum and answers the whos, whats and whys associated with food safety activities. A well-organized training matrix helps ensure good quality, a consistent product and a sanitary environment under which foods are produced. If carried out effectively, food safety, quality and sanitation training help to assure a safe product for the end user and ultimately protects your brand.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Training in workplace fire safety provides a sense of preparedness to employees and employers which, in turn, can add value to the overall health of the organization. Fire hazards can have a significant impact on your business as a whole. It may result in huge losses of life and resources that may even cost the company its future. A structured fire safety policy must be followed in business workplaces to manage the risks of fire hazards in the best possible manner. Make basic fire safety training compulsory for each and every employee in your organization. Your organization should arrange the training themselves. DO NOT ever take the risks of a fire lightly. It may hurt you real bad in case a situation crops out of nowhere. Hence, a contingency plan should always be kept in place to tackle the situation in the best possible manner.



Lifting Safety Training in India

Injuries related to lifting are often particularly troubling because it can be difficult to treat these types of injuries.Lifting heavy items is one of the leading causes of injury in the workplace. The best way to deal with lifting-related injuries is to do everything possible to prevent them. Make sure everyone in the facility knows that items over a certain weight require two or more people to lift them. Lifting injuries need to be taken very seriously, and when companies address them properly, the impact can be minimized. Take the time to do everything possible to help employees recover after they've been injured and then help them to prevent this type of injury from occurring again. By working with the employees on injury prevention, most facilities can keep everyone healthy and productive, which is important for the success of any facility.



Food Safety Training in Mumbai

Food safety is a scientific discipline describing handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food-borne illness. The occurrence of two or more cases of a similar illnesses resulting from the ingestion of a common food is known as a Food-borne disease outbreak. The primary tenet of food-service sanitation is absolute cleanliness. It begins with personal hygiene, the safe handling of foods during preparation, and clean utensils, equipment, appliances, storage facilities, kitchen and dining room. Food Safety Training is conducted by Vibrant in their Mumbai Office.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Every workplace has a legal responsibility for ensuring adequate first aid provisions. If you are a person conducting a business , you must ensure your workplace provides workers and anyone else attending your workplace with access to appropriate first aid equipment. Additionally, you must possess an adequate number of people who are trained to administer first aid. Depending on a few factors, the exact configuration of your first aid equipment and the number of trained first aiders will vary. These factors include the size of your workforce, the location and the risks associated with the nature of the work done there. Compiling a risk assessment is important as it will help determine your first aid requirements. This should include consultation with your workers to take their views into account. The provision of prompt and appropriate first aid can reduce the severity of an injury or illness and in extreme cases, could mean the difference between life and death.



WASTE HAZARD AUDIT IN MUMBAI

Effective Ways of Waste Management in the Hotel Industry and Its Importance. Hotels are chief consumers of resources, and they immensely contribute to the generation of waste. Commercial processes tend to generate a lot of waste and require regular maintenance and expensive waste disposal. Waste management enables you to identify the sources, types and quantities of waste you produce. The process will help you identify areas where simple actions can be taken to minimize waste, save money and achieve long lasting sustainable waste management. It brings a number of benefits to your business.The environmental impact of the Hotel Industry can be minimized through the Education of the staff and Training in waste management.Help to identify areas where simple measures can be implemented to minimize waste and save money. At the end of the day is all about money and the air we breathe! Manage your waste to protect the environment and save your money.



HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

You need to establish training programs that educate your own employees and your supply chain partners about health & safety, environmental and quality issues in the workplace. Workplace safety training is a process that aims to provide your workforce with knowledge and skills to perform their work in a way that is safe for them and their co-workers. In addition, an effective workplace safety plan includes instructions and guidelines to identify hazards, report them, and deal with incidents. The main purpose of the Act is to protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job. It sets out duties for all workplace parties and rights for workers. It establishes procedures for dealing with workplace hazards and provides for enforcement of the law where compliance has not been achieved voluntarily.



FIRST AID SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

First aid helps ensure that the right methods of administering medical assistance are provided. Knowing how to help a person is just as important in emergency situations. It only takes six minutes for the human brain to expire due to lack of oxygen. First aid kits are necessary so that you can treat ailments and injuries that happen at home. From the minor ailment to the more serious injury a first aid kit can help reduce the risk of infection or the severity of the injury. It is a proactive method of reducing emergencies and the damage caused by them.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fires are a preventable catastrophe that can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars damage, loss of production, loss of jobs and loss of lives. When harnessed properly, fire can be one of our greatest allies in the workplace, a more than useful partner of industry. When it’s uncontrolled however, it can become our worst and most feared enemy. Thus, everyone has a vested interest in the prevention of fires in the workplace. Familiarisation is super important. So you should be very clear on your organisation’s evacuation procedures and fire fighting steps right away… you won’t have time during a fire to start reading instructions. In the event of an emergency, it is important that you remain calm, assess the situation, raise the alarm, call the fire brigade, assist anybody in immediate danger (only if it is safe to do so), and then evacuate the area. Finally, if you are attempting to extinguish a fire, always keep a clear line of escape nothing is worth the cost of a human life.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

A food safety hazard refers to any agent with the potential to cause adverse health consequences for consumers. Food safety hazards occur when food is exposed to hazardous agents which result in contamination of that food. Food hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, allergenic, nutritional and/or biotechnology-related. Hazards may be introduced into the food supply any time during harvesting, formulation and processing, packaging and labeling, transportation, storage, preparation, and serving. A food-borne illness caused by an infection can take days or weeks to manifest which often makes it difficult to identify the causative agent. On the other hand, illness caused by intoxication often occurs within hours of consuming the suspect food. Intoxication are caused by toxins that are produced by the microorganism, either in the food itself or after ingestion. Without completing the safety assessment, the relative risks associated with the product cannot be accurately measured, and the product becomes a liability as its potential hazards are unknown.



SCAFFOLDING SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

There are many potential hazards when working in excavations and trenches. Probably the most common hazard at any work site is the threat of cave-in. A cave-in occurs when walls of an excavation collapse. Cave-ins can be deadly. Wall failures often occur suddenly, with little or no time for the worker to react. Working on raised scaffolding can be very dangerous whenever the proper safety precautions are not maintained. However, when the safety protocols and practices are observed properly, working on these structures can be just as safe as any other elevated construction technique. Scaffolding must be perfectly level in order to minimize the risk that workers can fall off and be injured or killed. Still, stay alert when on a scaffold, and watch your balance at all times.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

A first aider is someone who has been trained in first aid to a level appropriate to the needs assessment that an employer has carried out. Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere – at home, on the road, at a public place like the mall or a park, and also the workplace. Even with the effective safety measures put in place to prevent accidents, there is still a possibility that they may occur. The use of first aid applies to all kinds of working environments even in the offices. First aid education can save lives in situations of an employee falling ill or being involved in an accident. The managers and supervisors at the workplace are expected to be highly proficient when it comes to the administration of first aid for minor accidents and severe emergency situations. With this knowledge, the supervisors will be in a better position to protect the employees in any dangerous situation. A well trained team of employees who have the accurate first aid knowledge will be ready to react appropriately when an accident happens to save lives and provide relief for the victims until professional medical help comes.



WASTE HAZARD AUDIT IN INDIA

Hazardous waste comes in many shapes and forms: it can be liquids, solids, contained gases or sludge, and it is often poured down sinks or added to the regular waste stream - thereby contributing to the pollution of our land and water. All hotels are legally responsible for the safe and correct disposal of hazardous waste. Not following proper procedures and regulations can result in not only damages to the environment but also significant fines. Recycling is good for the environment because it significantly lowers the amount of waste going to landfill, and can reduce waste costs if fewer collections are needed for general waste.



HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

You need to establish training programs that educate your own employees and your supply chain partners about health & safety, environmental and quality issues in the workplace. Workplace safety training is a process that aims to provide your workforce with knowledge and skills to perform their work in a way that is safe for them and their co-workers. In addition, an effective workplace safety plan includes instructions and guidelines to identify hazards, report them, and deal with incidents. The main purpose of the Act is to protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job. It sets out duties for all workplace parties and rights for workers. It establishes procedures for dealing with workplace hazards and provides for enforcement of the law where compliance has not been achieved voluntarily.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

If food safety is neglected, the risk of food contamination increases, which can cause food borne illness outbreaks. Food borne illnesses can critically damage a company’s reputation and result in criminal negligence, loss of sales/profits, scathing media coverage and even bankruptcy. Food safety education and training is a win-win situation, protecting both the guests and the company. A good food safety training program will be at the core of your food safety culture. The health and safety of your employees and guests depend on the food safety training and education that you provide, so make this a priority no matter how busy you are.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Food handlers need to have the proper knowledge about food safety. They need to know when something is cooked and when it isn’t suitable for consumption. They must have proper personal hygiene. They’ve got to keep all food equipment, preparatory surfaces, and utensils clean. They need to store food at the right temperature and in the right place and make sure these systems are maintained and recorded. We can all do this. It’s not hard, and a lot of these things are skills we learn as a child from our parents or as a young adult learning to cook for the first time. A few restaurants have made headlines for their poor handling of food, which has gone on to cause illness in a few unfortunate individuals. While the specific instance can usually be traced to one employee, these cases serve as a rude awakening to restaurant owners and managers to check their processes of safety and ensure their employees are following those procedures.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

It’s crucial that your working environment complies with all building regulations, to ensure the safety of your employees and the protection of your building. Fire safety should always be a main concern, no matter what type of business you run or how many people are employed. Fire safety should always be taken seriously, and there’s plenty of ways to easily prevent the event of a fire as much as possible. Making sure that you have the correct fire protection strategies in place is crucial to help minimize the risk of a fire. However, it’s also important to ensure that the correct fire safety and evacuation plans have been put in place, in the unfortunate event of a fire. These include clearly marked escape routes, exits and emergency doors for a seamless evacuation. As well as training and informing staff of fire risks, ensuring that the appropriate equipment is used and prevention tactics are used, the building needs to comply with all health & safety standards. All buildings have certain regulations put in place that must be followed, so that the workplace can be deemed fire safe.



WASTE HAZARD AUDIT IN INDIA

Hazardous waste generators have a duty of care in ensuring that their wastes are disposed of in an environmentally acceptable manner. Increasingly, generators are being made liable for environmental damage at the site of a waste disposal contractor if their wastes have been accepted by that facility. An audit procedure is described, that permits generators to examine the performance of waste vendors and to assess their potential liability as a result of using the site. Post-audit decisions in estimating the degree of risk and selecting appropriate waste contractors are also discussed. The purpose of this paper is to guide the prospective auditor through the site assessment procedure, highlighting areas of particular concern in relation to present or future potential liabilities. The audit procedure that is described, applies to all types of waste disposal operations in all countries, since the principles of good waste management do not vary.



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FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

First aid is emergency care provided for injury or sudden illness before emergency medical treatment is available. The first-aid provider in the workplace is someone who is trained in the delivery of initial medical emergency procedures, using a limited amount of equipment to perform a primary assessment & intervention while awaiting arrival of emergency medical service personnel. This training should also includes an outline of the essential elements of safe and effective first-aid training for the workplace as guidance to institutions teaching first-aid courses and to the consumers of these courses. When developing a workplace first-aid program, consultation with the local fire and rescue service or emergency medical professionals may be helpful for response time information and other program issues.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

In an emergency, every second can be critical. Having trained employees, who know immediately what to do can save lives. First aid is emergency care provided for injury or sudden illness before emergency medical treatment is available. The first aid provider is someone in the workplace who is trained to deliver initial medical emergency procedures, while awaiting the arrival of emergency medical service personnel. First aid provides the initial and immediate attention to a person suffering an injury or illness and in extreme cases can mean the difference between life and death. First aid can help reduce the severity of the injury or illness, and can also calm the injured person, reducing stress and anxiety. Planning for emergencies will help prepare your employees for when accidents happen. It’s important that your workers understand what is expected of them in an emergency. A designated worker or workers should have access to first aid supplies and understand how to use them. Emergencies happen in an instant. Your employees’ safety depends on having the right resources available to handle every situation.



WASTE HAZARD AUDIT IN MUMBAI

Exposure to hazardous waste can affect human health, children being more vulnerable to these pollutants. In fact, direct exposure can lead to diseases through chemical exposure as the release of chemical waste into the environment leads to chemical poisoning. The generation of waste and the collection, processing, transport and disposal of waste the process of ‘waste management’ is important for both the health of the public and aesthetic and environmental reasons. Waste is anything discarded by an individual, household or organization. As a result waste is a complex mixture of different substances, only some of which are intrinsically hazardous to health. The potential health effects of both waste itself and the consequences of managing it have been the subject of a vast body of research.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Potential work-related injuries and illnesses requiring first aid would be minor in nature. A high-risk workplace refers to a workplace where workers are exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness and would require first aid, for example factories or motor vehicle workshops. Every workplace has a legal responsibility for ensuring adequate first aid provisions. Additionally, you must possess an adequate number of people who are trained to administer first aid. In addition to first aid kits, it is important to consider if any other first aid equipment is necessary to treat injuries and illness that could occur in the workplace. Having qualified first aiders in your workplace is vital. In order to be recognised as a first aider, the person needs to complete either a nationally accredited training course, or an equivalent training course that has given them the capabilities required to administer first aid. Moreover, a first aid room is recommended for high-risk workplaces of more than 100 workers and low-risk workplaces of more than 200 workers. Also, a risk assessment may find it necessary to provide a dedicated first aid treatment area in a smaller workplace.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

A food safety hazard refers to any agent with the potential to cause adverse health consequences for consumers. Food safety hazards occur when food is exposed to hazardous agents which result in contamination of that food. Food hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, allergenic, nutritional and/or biotechnology-related. Hazards may be introduced into the food supply any time during harvesting, formulation and processing, packaging and labelling, transportation, storage, preparation, and serving. When it comes to food and food processing, just how hazardous a substance or condition is may vary greatly. The level of danger can depend not only on the type hazard, but also on who might consume a food product. There usually is a threshold level below or above which the presence of a hazard is considered tolerable, or acceptable.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Food Safety Courses refers to handling, preparing and storing food in a way to best reduce the risk of individuals becoming sick from food borne illnesses. Food safety is a global concern that covers a variety of different areas of everyday life. The principles of food safety aim to prevent food from becoming contaminated and causing food poisoning. End number of people on a daily basis consume food from Hotels, so it becomes a moral responsibility of the people from hospitality industry and other small hotels to manufacture and supply fresh and hygiene food to protect the customer’s health from food poisoning and other food borne diseases. HACCP is an excellent course for people working in hospitality industry, specially for kitchen staff and F&B staff.



FIRST AID SAFETY COURSES IN MUMBAI

Whether employees work in a high-hazard or low-hazard environment, they face a variety of risks. Shock, bleeding, poisonings, burns, temperature extremes, musculoskeletal injuries, bites and stings, medical emergencies and distressed employees in confined spaces are just a sampling of the first aid emergencies which might be encountered in your business. These risks are compounded when employees don't feel well. Their lack of concentration can result in costly injuries. Therefore, each and every site must have few first aiders and if possible get maximum workers trained regarding first aid safety.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Employers have a legal duty to make arrangements to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. Irrespective as to whether the injury or illness was caused by the work they were doing, it is vital that all employees receive immediate attention and an ambulance is called if necessary. Immediate and appropriate first aid can save lives and prevent minor injuries becoming major ones. An employer has a duty of care to provide, or ensure that there are provided adequate and appropriate facilities and equipment to cater for his employees if they are injured or become ill at work. “The aim of first aid is to reduce the effects of injury or illness suffered at work, whether caused by the work itself or not. First-aid provision must be ‘adequate and appropriate in the circumstances. Employers should also encourage first-aiders to regularly review their course manual and any other instructional materials and allocate them time to do this. It will further help to maintain their first-aid skills.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

The risk of fire within a workplace is one that needs to be constantly assessed and managed. One of the most effective ways of reducing the risk of fire is to educate staff and promote fire safety awareness. Promoting fire safety within the workplace is primarily about education. Do not assume that your employees thoroughly understand what causes a fire to start, spread, or be extinguished. Employees should know about assessed risk within their workplace, the hazards outlined and any potential failures and the consequences. This should help employees to understand the scope and implications of their actions as well as how to avoid failures and maintain safety in future.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fire safety becomes everyone's job at a worksite. Employers should train workers about fire hazards in the workplace and about what to do in a fire emergency. This plan should outline the assignments of key personnel in the event of a fire and provide an evacuation plan for workers on the site. In the construction industry, a "fire plan" should be set up prior to beginning any demolition job. Fires are a preventable catastrophe that can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars damage, loss of production, loss of jobs and loss of lives. When harnessed properly, fire can be one of our greatest allies in the workplace, a more than useful partner of industry. When it’s uncontrolled however, it can become our worst and most feared enemy. Thus, everyone has a vested interest in the prevention of fires in the workplace.


FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

There are three major hazards that may be introduced into the food supply any time during harvesting, processing, transporting, preparing, storing and serving food. These hazards may be microbiological, chemical or physical. It is important to understand that, for the purposes of HACCP, hazards only refer to the conditions or contaminants in food that can cause illness or injury to people. Many conditions are highly undesirable in food, such as the presence of insects, hair, filth or spoilage. Economic fraud and violations of regulatory food standards are equally undesirable. All of these defects must be controlled in food processing. However, they often are not directly related to the safety of the product. Unless these conditions directly affect food safety.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Providing immediate and effective first aid to workers or others who have been injured or become ill at work may reduce the severity of the injury or illness and promote recovery. In some instances this could mean the difference between life and death. The risk can be considered low or high depending on the workplace. A low risk workplace is one where workers are not exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness. A high-risk workplace refers to a workplace where workers are exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness and would require first aid. Prevention is always better than a cure! At the heart of an effective preventative system is compliance with work health and safety obligations and stopping hazards entering the work place. Information should be provided on developing hazard specific policies and procedures, health and safety in design, safety data analysis. The provision of prompt and appropriate first aid can reduce the severity of an injury or illness and in extreme cases, could mean the difference between life and death.



PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Process Safety Management (PSM) refers to a set of interrelated approaches to managing hazards associated with the process industries and is intended to reduce the frequency and severity of incidents resulting from releases of chemicals and other energy sources. Process safety is a blend of engineering and management skills focused on preventing catastrophic accidents and near misses, particularly structural collapse, explosions, fires and toxic releases associated with loss of containment of energy. The major objective of process safety management (PSM) of highly hazardous chemicals is to prevent unwanted releases of hazardous chemicals especially into locations that could expose employees and others to serious hazards.


FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

A food safety hazard is an agent or condition that could potentially cause an adverse human health effect. Food safety hazards can be classified into a number of different categories to account for the nature of the hazard. The safety of foods is a function of more than the microbiological hazards, albeit those occupy most of the headlines. The challenges of chemical and physical hazards in food are evidenced in the continuing recalls of manufactured food products. Chemical hazards include pesticides and other chemicals that might be applied or carried on raw materials, as well as chemicals used in the food manufacturing process including cleaners and sanitizers. Based on the various indicators for emerging hazards that have thus been identified in literature, a set of generic indicators is provided that can be useful for the early identification of hazards.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

The hazards from fire can pose a significant threat to your business. Every year many people are injured by fires that occur in the workplace. Risks to employees and the workplace can be reduced if your employees are aware of their responsibility to promptly report fire related hazards, and know what action to take if there is a fire. To help prevent fire in the workplace, your risk assessment should identify what could cause a fire to start, ie sources of ignition (heat or sparks) and substances that burn, and the people who may be at risk. Once you have identified the risks, you can take appropriate action to control them. Consider whether you can avoid them altogether or, if this is not possible, how you can reduce the risks and manage them. Also consider how you will protect people if there is a fire. It is important to be aware of the risks and to control or get rid of them to prevent accidents.



HAZOP STUDY IN INDIA

HAZOP study is to carefully review a process or operation in a systematic manner to determine whether deviations from the design or operational intent can lead to undesirable consequences. This technique can be used for continuous or batch processes and can be adopted to evaluate written procedures. The HAZOP team lists potential causes and consequences of the deviation as well as existing safeguards protecting against the deviation. When the team determines that inadequate safeguards exist for a credible deviation, it usually recommends the action be taken to reduce the risk. HAZOP is a powerful communication tool. The output of the tool should always be presented at a level of detail appropriate for the various stakeholders. This is important not just for presenting results, but also for obtaining early buy-in on the approach.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

The Importance of Fire Safety Training. Instead, it is hugely beneficial to provide professional fire safety training for your staff, or chosen designated employees, ensuring that they have the knowledge to respond safely and effectively in the event of a fire. Fire safety information saves lives. It's as simple as that. Whether it's in your own home or in your place of employment, education and clear markings of important fire hazards and safety equipment can prevent injuries and save structures as long as people are well aware of everything they need to know.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Each year there are a number of serious fires on construction sites and buildings undergoing refurbishment? Many could be avoided by careful planning and control of work activities. Any outbreak of fire threatens the safety of those on site and will be costly in damage and delay. It can also be a hazard to people in surrounding properties. Fire can be a particular hazard in refurbishment work when there is a lot of dry timber and at the later stages of building jobs where flammable materials such as adhesives, insulating materials and soft furnishings are present. The responsible person will usually be the main or principal contractor in control of the site. You should identify sources of fuel and ignition and establish general fire precautions including, means of escape, warning and fighting fire, based on your fire risk assessment. In occupied buildings such as offices, make sure the work does not interfere with existing escape routes from the building, or any fire separation, alarms, dry risers, or sprinkler systems.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Whether the workplace is an office or a construction site, it has two common traits -- valuable employees who may be injured or become ill and the need to protect them with adequate first aid procedures. Whether employees work in a high-hazard or low-hazard environment, they face a variety of risks. Shock, bleeding, poisonings, burns, temperature extremes, musculoskeletal injuries, bites and stings, medical emergencies and distressed employees in confined spaces are just a sampling of the first aid emergencies which might be encountered in your business. These risks are compounded when employees don't feel well. Their lack of concentration can result in costly injuries. If your employees aren't prepared to handle these types of injuries on all shifts and their coworkers are left untreated until an ambulance arrives, a victim's condition may worsen and injuries can become far more debilitating, which leads to greater medical costs and lost productivity. It makes good business sense to provide first aid and appropriate training to all your employees. By making such a minimal investment in keeping your employees safe and well-trained, you could net big returns, along with a competitive advantage. Moreover, it's the law.



BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

When discussing effective measures for keeping workers safe, a deep divide exists regarding one approach: behavior-based safety. BBS targets changes in worker behavior as a means of preventing occupational injuries and illnesses. Many contend that worker behavior correlates directly with an immediate cause of accidents and injuries. Built into the BBS approach are initiatives that include having line workers observe the behavior of fellow workers, logging near-miss incidents, and securing feedback and devising recognition programs intended to spot unsafe behaviors and mitigate them. “Our focus has always been on recognizing safe behaviors”. That’s the first thing we do after we let someone know we are going to be conducting an observation. You definitely reinforce the positive behaviors they are doing, whether they are using proper lockout/tag out procedures or good ergonomic principles, to help reinforce safe practices. BBS approaches will need to resolve gaps that exist in the data that can show effectiveness, such as properly identifying behaviors, scrutinizing various approaches to the practice and determining long-term successes. Because most BBS practitioners are consultants or work in risk management or insurance concerns, most of what they have learned about the practice over the years fails to make it into research projects.



HAZOP STUDY IN INDIA

Qualitative hazard assessment is part of the detailed risk analysis of chemical process industries and a hazard and operability (HAZOP) study is the best technique to carry out this step. It is a systematic study conducted by a team of experts of different disciplines to identify and assess hazards using brainstorming discussion of deviation in operational parameters from normal/standard conditions. This study needs high levels of expertise and substantial time commitments. The various steps involved in any typical HAZOP (application of deviation, cause-finding, and consequence analysis of each and every line and equipment) need a sustained high level of mental performance and alertness for a long span of time, but the repetitious nature of these steps inevitably generates a feeling of drudgery and mental fatigue, even exhaustion. This may not only reduce the effectiveness of HAZOP, but even render it incomplete or erroneous.



LEAD AUDITOR COURSE IN INDIA

One of the most demanded IT security job roles in today’s global market. A lead auditor is the one who is responsible for leading the audit team in an organization. He or she prepares the audit plan, delivers meetings and submits audit report at the end of quarter or year. Conducting audits is the main responsibility of a lead auditor and that needs to be done on a daily basis. In this article, we will describe the role of a lead auditor, typically confining our views to ISO Auditor. The role of an auditor is completed broadly in three phases – Planning Phase, Audit Phase and Audit Reporting Phase. The Lead Auditor should have management capabilities and experience and should be given authority to make final decisions regarding the conduct of the audit and any audit observations.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fire safety becomes everyone's job at a worksite. Employers should train workers about fire hazards in the workplace and about what to do in a fire emergency. This plan should outline the assignments of key personnel in the event of a fire and provide an evacuation plan for workers on the site. In the construction industry, a "fire plan" should be set up prior to beginning any demolition job. A responsible person must be appointed to manage key issues in general site fire safety, which include risk assessment, means of escape, means of giving warning, and means of fighting fire. Avoiding process fire hazards involves storing combustible materials safely away from sources of ignition. Fire risk can be defined as the product of the probability of occurrence of a fire to be expected in a given process or procedure, and the consequence or extent of damage to be expected on the occurrence of fire. Controlling the hazards is therefore fundamental to controlling the risk of fire and the following article will identify the hazards present in construction sites, the control measures implemented on site and comment on the likelihood of the risks presented by the hazard.



RISK ASSESSMENT TRAINING IN INDIA

Under health and safety law, an employer or self-employed person has a responsibility to ensure suitable and sufficient risk assessments are carried out. This course aims to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding of the risk assessment process and the skills required to undertake a suitable and sufficient risk assessment of activities on a construction site or workplace. Learners will be able to identify hazards in the workplace or construction site, assess, rate and evaluate risk, determine priorities and develop risk reduction procedures. Through case studies, learners can evaluate real risks and decide upon suitable precautions. By ensuring staff and others are not exposed to risk, you can reduce the number of work-related accidents which will save your business money and improve the quality of products and services you offer. This course is suitable for anyone with the responsibility for undertaking or overseeing risk management, particularly line managers, supervisors and safety representatives in a construction environment. Risk assessment keeps a project moving forward according to your planned timetable, guards your construction team's safety and avoids costly accidents.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Food preparation businesses in the hospitality sector include hotels, restaurants, cafes, bars, sandwich shops and similar businesses that prepare food for customers to eat on premises or for takeaway. A key requirement for these businesses is to show that food handling and preparation processes are safe and to keep documentation to show this. Good food hygiene ensures that food prepared for customers is safe to eat. It prevents harmful microorganisms that can cause serious illness from contaminating food, prevents cross contamination, enables businesses to comply with the law, and protects the reputation of the business. One of the key requirements for preparing and storing safe food is to have procedures based on the principles of HACCP (hazard analysis and critical control point). Although this was first developed for the food processing industry, even small food handlers such as individual restaurants, bars and cafes should have procedures based on HACCP. In some countries it is also a legal requirement. They can be adapted to the size of business and complexity of the food preparation processes. Practices that prevent dermatitis are also good food safety practices.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

First aid in the workplace is about providing workers with prompt, easily accessible, and appropriate first aid treatment. Having personnel trained and certified in first aid in the workplace can be the difference between a serious injury and fatality, so training personnel as part of your emergency preparations is essential. In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available. At the end of the day, we promise our employees that we are looking out for their well-being when they come to work for us. That means that we are preventing injuries as much as possible, and are prepared to take care of them if they are injured. Having proper first aid in the workplace and trained personnel available is one important step in keeping that promise.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes. Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site. Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs. A fire safety risk assessment is the first step in identifying fire hazards. It also identifies the people at risk, state of emergency preparedness, and effectiveness of controls in the workplace. With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Providing immediate and effective first aid to workers or others who have been injured or become ill at work may reduce the severity of the injury or illness and promote recovery. In some instances this could mean the difference between life and death. Persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) are responsible for providing, as far as is reasonably practicable, a safe working environment and adequate facilities for the welfare of their workers. Having qualified first aiders in your workplace is vital. In order to be recognised as a first aider, the person needs to complete either a nationally accredited training course, or an equivalent training course that has given them the capabilities required to administer first aid.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

In an emergency, every second can be critical. Having trained employees, who know immediately what to do can save lives. First aid is emergency care provided for injury or sudden illness before emergency medical treatment is available. The first aid provider is someone in the workplace who is trained to deliver initial medical emergency procedures, while awaiting the arrival of emergency medical service (EMS) personnel. First aid provides the initial and immediate attention to a person suffering an injury or illness and in extreme cases can mean the difference between life and death. First aid can help reduce the severity of the injury or illness, and can also calm the injured person, reducing stress and anxiety. Planning for emergencies will help prepare your employees for when accidents happen. It’s important that your workers understand what is expected of them in an emergency. A designated worker or workers should have access to first aid supplies and understand how to use them.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

A responsible person must be appointed to manage key issues in general site fire safety, which include risk assessment, means of escape, means of giving warning, and means of fighting fire. Avoiding process fire hazards involves storing combustible materials safely away from sources of ignition. Fire safety becomes everyone's job at a worksite. Employers should train workers about fire hazards in the workplace and about what to do in a fire emergency. This plan should outline the assignments of key personnel in the event of a fire and provide an evacuation plan for workers on the site. In the construction industry, a "fire plan" should be set up prior to beginning any demolition job. The following references aid in recognizing and evaluating hazards and possible solutions in the workplace. Explosions and fires in the workplace can be extremely dangerous and you should take the necessary steps to ensure maximum fire safety. Provide full accessibility to electrical control panels. Never block the panels, which are used to shut down power in an emergency, with materials or other equipment.



WASTE HAZARD AUDIT IN INDIA

Waste (also known as rubbish, trash, refuse, garbage, junk, litter, and ort) is unwanted or useless materials. In biology, waste is any of the many unwanted substances or toxins that are expelled from living organisms, metabolic waste; such as urea and sweat. Substances or objects which are disposed of or are intended to be disposed of or are required to be disposed of by the provisions of the law. Exposure to hazardous waste can affect human health, children being more vulnerable to these pollutants. In fact, direct exposure can lead to diseases through chemical exposure as the release of chemical waste into the environment leads to chemical poisoning. All hotels are legally responsible for the safe and correct disposal of hazardous waste. Not following proper procedures and regulations can result in not only damages to the environment but also significant fines. Waste Management is serious issue that needs public awareness and governmental attention immediately.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

A food safety hazard refers to any agent with the potential to cause adverse health consequences for consumers. Food safety hazards occur when food is exposed to hazardous agents which result in contamination of that food. Food hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, allergenic, nutritional and/or biotechnology-related. Hazards may be introduced into the food supply any time during harvesting, formulation and processing, packaging and labelling, transportation, storage, preparation, and serving. Biological hazards occur when hazardous or pathogenic organisms are introduced to food and thus pose a food safety concern to consumers. Biological hazards include bacteria, viruses and parasites of public health significance. Without completing the safety assessment, the relative risks associated with the product cannot be accurately measured, and the product becomes a liability as its potential hazards are unknown.



LIFTING SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA
Lifting operations are inherent to many occupations in the construction industry. They can be performed manually or using lifting equipment. Both manual lifting and mechanical lifting operations can put construction workers at great risk of injury or health symptoms causing sick leave or disability. The costs of accidents and ill health related to lifting operations are immense. This article describes the risks associated with lifting operations in the construction industry and measures to reduce these risks. Lifting operations in construction occur during transportation of material from the storage place to the place where it is being processed, and during the processing of materials. A load includes any material or people that are lifted or lowered by lifting equipment. There are several risk factors that may increase the occurrence of injury from manual lifting Ergonomics musculoskeletal disorders .Risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders in manual handling of loads. Effective action should be taken to manage risks by ensuring the lifting equipment is not used until the defect is remedied. Such defects must be confirmed in writing in the report, even if it is remedied immediately (e.g. by destruction of a sling). The person making the report must also notify the relevant enforcing authority with a copy of the report. Enforcing authorities may follow up such reports to check that risks are being adequately managed.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

A food safety hazard is anything present in food with the potential to harm the consumer, either by causing illness or injury. Food safety hazards can be biological, chemical, or a physical object. Bacteria, viruses, and parasites ingested through contaminated foods can enter the human body, resulting in food borne illnesses. Toxins and certain fungi also can cause food borne illnesses when accidentally ingested, while other chemical and physical hazards, such as cleaning solutions and small pieces of broken glass, can cause serious injury as well. Poor hygiene procedures in your home can put you at risk. Harmful germs that cause food poisoning can spread very easily, so you need to make sure that you do everything you can to prevent this.



PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Process Safety Management (PSM) focuses on a number of connected approaches which work together to reduce the risk of hazardous events occurring. This safety management strategy aims to minimize the frequency and harshness of accidents linked to the release of chemicals and energy sources. Your staff has the right to a safe work space, and increasing your knowledge about handling chemical releases will make your entire organization a more secure place to work. Using labels and signs is essential for conveying information concerning chemicals, storage containers, and other key items in the process safety management system. The labels and signs are to be placed directly on the containers or areas where potentially dangerous chemicals are used. This ensures that everyone who works with or around these chemicals is aware of the risks involved.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Workers have a duty to take reasonable care for their own health and safety and must not adversely affect the health and safety of other persons. Workers must comply with any reasonable instruction and cooperate with any reasonable policy or procedure relating to health and safety at the workplace, such as procedures for first aid and for reporting injuries and illnesses. First aid requirements will vary from one workplace to the next, depending on the nature of the work, the type of hazards, the workplace size and location, as well as the number of people at the workplace. These factors must be taken into account when deciding what first aid arrangements need to be provided. Certain work environments have greater risks of injury and illness due to the nature of work being carried out and the nature of the hazards at the workplace. For example, factories, motor vehicle workshops and forestry operations have a greater risk of injury that would require immediate medical treatment than offices or libraries.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Employers should follow these workplace fire safety tips. Educate all employees on emergency procedures, exit locations, escape routes, fire alarms and drills, and the use of fire extinguishers. Conduct regular drills. Install and properly maintain all fire safety equipment. Employers should train workers about fire hazards in the workplace and about what to do in a fire emergency. If you want your workers to evacuate, you should train them on how to escape. If you expect your workers to use fire fighting equipment, you should give them appropriate equipment and train them to use the equipment safely. It’s crucial that your working environment complies with all building regulations, to ensure the safety of your employees and the protection of your building. Fire safety should always be a main concern, no matter what type of business you run or how many people are employed.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

In an emergency, every second can be critical. Having trained employees, who know immediately what to do can save lives. First aid is emergency care provided for injury or sudden illness before emergency medical treatment is available. The first aid provider is someone in the workplace who is trained to deliver initial medical emergency procedures, while awaiting the arrival of emergency medical service (EMS) personnel. First aid provides the initial and immediate attention to a person suffering an injury or illness, and in extreme cases can mean the difference between life and death. First aid can help reduce the severity of the injury or illness, and can also calm the injured person, reducing stress and anxiety. Planning for emergencies will help prepare your employees for when accidents happen. It’s important that your workers understand what is expected of them in an emergency. A designated worker or workers should have access to first aid supplies and understand how to use them. Emergencies happen in an instant. Your employees’ safety depends on having the right resources available to handle every situation.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

First aid is the immediate treatment or care given to someone suffering from an injury or illness until further advanced care is accessed or the individual recovers. The provision of prompt and appropriate first aid can reduce the severity of an injury or illness and in extreme cases, could mean the difference between life and death. Having qualified first aiders in your workplace is vital. In order to be recognised as a first aider, the person needs to complete either a nationally accredited training course, or an equivalent training course that has given them the capabilities required to administer first aid. It is recommended to have one first aider for every 25 workers in a high-risk workplace and one first aider for every 50 workers in a low-risk workplace. In any first aid situation it is essential that you take precautions to ensure your own safety and the safety of others. Potential risks of illness and/or injury can present in any first aid situation. First Aid knowledge is invaluable for both you as the individual and for your community. It enables you to assist persons who become injured in the event of an accident or emergency situation until help arrives.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Employers should follow these workplace fire safety tips. Educate all employees on emergency procedures, exit locations, escape routes, fire alarms and drills, and the use of fire extinguishers. Conduct regular drills. Install and properly maintain all fire safety equipment. Fires are a preventable catastrophe that can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars damage, loss of production, loss of jobs and loss of lives. When harnessed properly, fire can be one of our greatest allies in the workplace, a more than useful partner of industry. When it’s uncontrolled however, it can become our worst and most feared enemy. Thus, everyone has a vested interest in the prevention of fires in the workplace. A fire in the workplace can be one of the most devastating hazards for not only the workers but the public as well. It can result in numerous serious injuries or even fatalities in addition to the extensive property damage. So fire safety is pretty important. Be sure to familiarize yourself and your co-workers with your company’s fire procedure. Repetition is key to staying aware of the risks you face at your workplace.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Workplace safety training is a process that aims to provide your workforce with knowledge and skills to perform their work in a way that is safe for them and their co-workers. In addition, an effective workplace safety plan includes instructions and guidelines to identify hazards, report them, and deal with incidents. Health and Safety is important because it protects the well being of employers, visitors and customers. Looking after Health and Safety makes good business sense. Workplaces which neglect health and safety risk prosecution, may lose staff, and may increase costs and reduce profitability. In order to maintain a safe work environment, you should consistently search and eliminate workplace hazards. You can do this by conducting routine maintenance and housekeeping measures. Educate employees on identifying hazards and risks and have them report to you if they encounter any. Health and safety procedures in the workplace reduce the employee illnesses and injuries greatly. Training is important and effective, as it will educate your employees on proper workplace procedures, practices, and behaviour to prevent possible injuries and illness or contamination from improper hygiene.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fire safety training at work is everyone’s business. The key is training, knowledge, and preventative measures. It’s important that businesses establish and implement fire safety programs and that all employees are involved. First of all in order to eliminate fire hazards, you have to know what to look for. Take the time to perform a workplace hazard assessment where you can search for and document known hazards. Once hazards have been identified, you’ll then be able to either control them if they are unavoidable or eliminate them altogether. If it’s clear the fire cannot be controlled by a fire extinguisher, evacuate immediately. Do not wait around or attempt to manage the fire on your own. Follow established evacuation procedures and assist fellow employees along the way. Don’t become a victim yourself; leave rescue to trained personnel.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers. Ideally you should aim to have two fire drills a year at your premises, although this may vary depending on what has been set out in your company's risk assessment. If you employ shift workers, appropriate arrangements should be made to ensure all staff participates in at least one fire drill per year. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes. Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site. Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs. A fire safety risk assessment is the first step in identifying fire hazards. It also identifies the people at risk, state of emergency preparedness, and effectiveness of controls in the workplace. With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Food safety hazards exist in various forms. They can occur at any time during the production process. The causes of these hazards are microbiological, chemical or physical in nature and are a threat to the health of consumers. Micro-organisms are present in air, food, water, animals and in the human body. Many micro-organisms are useful, some are even essential, but there are also varieties that are harmful to one’s health and that cause food-related illnesses. If food becomes contaminated with bacteria, viruses or parasites of this kind, then this is potentially hazardous to the consumer.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

In the workplace, it is the job of a first aid responder to assist in stabilizing an injured or ill person until professional medical help arrives. First aid is medical attention that is typically administered immediately after an injury or illness occurs. An emergency is a serious, unexpected, often dangerous situation that requires immediate action. The emergency procedure is a plan of actions to be conducted in a certain order or manner, in response to an emergency event. Plan and Prepare for Disasters. Preparedness is defined as a continuous cycle of planning, organizing, training, equipping, exercising, evaluating, and taking corrective action in an effort to ensure effective coordination during incident response.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

The risk of fire within a workplace is one that needs to be constantly assessed and managed. One of the most effective ways of reducing the risk of fire is to educate staff and promote fire safety awareness. Promoting fire safety within the workplace is primarily about education. Do not assume that your employees thoroughly understand what causes a fire to start, spread, or be extinguished. Employees should know about assessed risk within their workplace, the hazards outlined and any potential failures and the consequences. This should help employees to understand the scope and implications of their actions as well as how to avoid failures and maintain safety in future.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

No matter your occupation, workplace safety is vital. However, it is especially important in the manufacturing industry since you are dealing with heavy machinery. Therefore, taking safety precautions seriously and conducting safety training is extremely important for manufacturing jobs. The most prevalent cause of workplace injuries is misusing tools and machinery. Only use equipment for its intended purpose and make sure you use it properly. Furthermore, regularly cleaning and inspecting equipment lessens the likelihood of a fire, explosion, or other injuries. For instance, dust can cause an explosion if it catches on fire. No matter what type of manufacturing jobs your career involves, safety is vital. These safety topics are a good starting point when considering safety in the workplace.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

One of the most important things a food handler can learn during training is that food hazards and food borne illness are a real threat to people's health. Many of these incidents can be prevented, however, by trained employees who understand food hazards. An approachable proprietor, manager or supervisor creates an ideal environment for employees should they encounter problems in training, in acquiring food safety skills or in reporting food safety issues. The workplace supervisor has a very important role in food safety training. It is a legal requirement that staff involved in a food environment are trained and/or supervised, commensurate with their work activity. The responsibility for the supervision and training of staff lies with the proprietor of the food business. The success of the training provided is dependent on how relevant the materials and delivery method are to your food business.



PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Process Safety Management (PSM) focuses on a number of connected approaches which work together to reduce the risk of hazardous events occurring. This safety management strategy aims to minimize the frequency and harshness of accidents linked to the release of chemicals and energy sources. Your staff has the right to a safe workspace, and increasing your knowledge about handling chemical releases will make your entire organization a more secure place to work. Using labels and signs is essential for conveying information concerning chemicals, storage containers, and other key items in the process safety management system. The labels and signs are to be placed directly on the containers or areas where potentially dangerous chemicals are used. This ensures that everyone who works with or around these chemicals is aware of the risks involved.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fires are a preventable catastrophe that can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars damage, loss of production, loss of jobs and loss of lives. When harnessed properly, fire can be one of our greatest allies in the workplace, a more than useful partner of industry. When it’s uncontrolled however, it can become our worst and most feared enemy. Since a fire can become out of control within a few seconds, there’s no use in having a ‘rough idea’ of what should happen. So you should be very clear on your organisation’s evacuation procedures and fire fighting steps right away you won’t have time during a fire to start reading instructions. In the event of an emergency, it is important that you remain calm, assess the situation, raise the alarm, call the fire brigade, assist anybody in immediate danger (only if it is safe to do so), and then evacuate the area. Finally, if you are attempting to extinguish a fire, always keep a clear line of escape – nothing is worth the cost of a human life.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

People were getting injured and dying in large numbers. There was little or no regard for safety and by the late 1800s, the problem was so alarming that organizations and governments were spurred to take action. New legislation, safety boards, and labour organizations quickly emerged to remedy a situation that had gone on for too long. Manufacturers everywhere began to make changes by implementing awareness training, guidelines, and policies. Most importantly, they began to shift the way they thought about workplace safety. All of these efforts amounted to significant improvements. Today, in India, all major projects must compulsorily have safety professionals to guide and monitor the workers and to also ensure that all workers must have gone through the required safety training before starting the work.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fire safety refers to planning and infrastructure in an organization that's designed to reduce fires and their effects. This can include things like built-in fire-resistant infrastructure, preventive actions, and the presence of fire fighting equipment. Fire prevention is a function of many fire departments. The goal of fire prevention is to educate the public to take precautions to prevent potentially harmful fires and be educated about surviving them and that is why it is important to do Fire Safety training for reducing emergencies and the damage caused by them.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Food safety and hygiene means taking the necessary precautions in order to ensure that food is fit for human consumption and does not create an environmental health hazard. There are significant legal, ethical and business reasons why food safety should be part of any restaurant or food service establishment’s overall approach to management and meeting quality standards. Food safety is subject to increasingly rigorous legislation around the world, making it an offence to serve food that is injurious to health or does not comply with safety requirements. Food wastage is reduced by not accepting produce in unfit condition or spoilage through poor stock management. The provision of food safety training and improvement in staff conditions can improve staff retention and loyalty.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Whether the workplace is an office or a construction site, it has two common traits valuable employees who may be injured or become ill and the need to protect them with adequate first aid procedures. Whether employees work in a high-hazard or low-hazard environment, they face a variety of risks. Shock, bleeding, poisonings, burns, temperature extremes, musculoskeletal injuries, bites and stings, medical emergencies and distressed employees in confined spaces are just a sampling of the first aid emergencies which might be encountered in your business. These risks are compounded when employees don't feel well. Their lack of concentration can result in costly injuries. Keeping the workplace safe involves three basic elements: steps to prevent or minimize accidents, adequate first aid supplies and proper first aid training.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Physical hazards include foreign objects in food that can cause harm when eaten, such as glass or metal fragments. It is important to understand that, for the purposes of HACCP, hazards only refer to the conditions or contaminants in food that can cause illness or injury to people. A food safety hazard is anything present in food with the potential to harm the consumer, either by causing illness or injury. Food safety hazards can be biological, chemical, or a physical object. Food becomes hazardous by contamination. Contamination is the unintended presence of harmful substances or microorganisms in food. Food can become contaminated from chemical, physical or biological sources. Chemical hazards include substances such as cleaning solutions and sanitizers.


FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Keep your workplace as clutter-free as possible. Discard fire hazards like oily rags by placing them in a covered metal container and emptying it on a regular basis. Make sure the machines in your workplace are properly maintained to prevent overheating and friction sparks. Smoking is the leading cause of civilian home fire deaths. Heating equipment is the second most common cause of home fire fatalities. Arson and intentional fires Most of these fires occur outside, but most of the associated deaths, injuries, and losses occur in structures, particularly in homes. But fire can be deadly, destroying homes, wildlife habitat and timber, and polluting the air with emissions harmful to human health. Fire also releases carbon dioxide- a key greenhouse gas into the atmosphere. Fire's effect on the landscape may be long-lasting.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

If you are a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU), you must ensure your workplace provides workers and anyone else attending your workplace with access to appropriate first aid equipment. Additionally, you must possess an adequate number of people who are trained to administer first aid. The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations state that employers should provide adequate and appropriate equipment and enough trained first aiders to help injured or ill staff.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Industrial workplaces are dangerous. Manufacturing facilities have machines with moving parts, dangerous tools, and ergonomic hazards. At construction worksites, falls, moving vehicles, and heavy materials are common. Warehouses experience a lot of forklift traffic, lifting hazards, and even slip and fall risks. Accidents happen, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do about it. With some preparation and planning, employers can identify the hazards in their facilities and take steps to reduce the risk of injuries, illnesses, and even fatalities. The first step to increasing safety is getting the information you need to get started.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

If there’s anything we want employees to take away from this training topic, it’s that food hazards should be taken seriously. Serving contaminated food can cost an establishment business and endanger people’s health. When training employees, discuss hazards that could potentially affect the food they handle, like pieces of packaging or broken equipment, mishandled cleaning chemicals, and bacteria and viruses from unwashed hands. Once food handlers understand what food hazards are and why they are such a problem, they should have a strong foundation for learning to prevent them. Many of these incidents can be prevented, however, by trained employees who understand food hazards.



CONFINED SPACE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

As with all potentially dangerous situations on the worksite, it is crucial for workers to identify job and site-specific health and safety threats. For confined space scenarios, this comes by way of atmospheric testing prior to entering. Working in confined spaces often presents unique challenges. These sites—characterized by their limited entry or exit paths and a size that makes them too small for continuous occupancy but large enough for worker activity—are vulnerable to a series of hazards, ranging from toxic gases to faulty structures. By detailing what workers can do before, during and after CSE, such plans give workers the agency necessary to protect themselves—and each other. A confined space’s safety is never guaranteed, and environmental and structural changes can alter an atmosphere’s composition dramatically. As the saying goes, time is precious—especially when it comes to confined spaces. With the proper knowledge and protection, workers can stay safe on the job and come home uninjured, time and time again.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Food Safety Courses refers to handling, preparing and storing food in a way to best reduce the risk of individuals becoming sick from food borne illnesses. Food safety is a global concern that covers a variety of different areas of everyday life. The principles of food safety aim to prevent food from becoming contaminated and causing food poisoning. End number of people on a daily basis consume food from Hotels, so it becomes a moral responsibility of the people from hospitality industry and other small hotels to manufacture and supply fresh and hygiene food to protect the customer’s health from food poisoning and other food borne diseases. HACCP is an excellent course for people working in hospitality industry, especially for kitchen staff and F&B staff.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes. Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site. Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs. With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

First aid provides the initial and immediate attention to a person suffering an injury or illness and in extreme cases can mean the difference between life and death. First aid can help reduce the severity of the injury or illness, and can also calm the injured person, reducing stress and anxiety. Planning for emergencies will help prepare your employees for when accidents happen. It’s important that your workers understand what is expected of them in an emergency. A designated worker or workers should have access to first aid supplies and understand how to use them. First aid is emergency care provided for injury or sudden illness before emergency medical treatment is available.



CONFINED SPACE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

There are many potential dangers for those working in confined space environments, which can have catastrophic implications and sometimes even result in fatality if the correct precautions are not taken. It’s therefore imperative that businesses ensure that their staff not only understand what dangers to look out for, but are able to work safely within their environments and know how to quickly respond to any dangerous situations that could arise. Addressing these areas in advance will significantly improve the safety and health of any employees that may be at rise. Employers must adequately protect their staff and provide them with the correct knowledge and tools to ensure that they return home safely at the end of each day. Confined space environments can be overwhelming, so adequate preparation is of paramount importance to avoid tragedies. Providing a safe way to condition workers in what to expect in confined spaced environments prior to entry is an effective training method.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

First aid in the workplace is about providing workers with prompt, easily accessible, and appropriate first aid treatment. Having personnel trained and certified in first aid in the workplace can be the difference between a serious injury and fatality, so training personnel as part of your emergency preparations is essential. In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available. At the end of the day, we promise our employees that we are looking out for their well-being when they come to work for us. That means that we are preventing injuries as much as possible, and are prepared to take care of them if they are injured. Having proper first aid in the workplace and trained personnel available is one important step in keeping that promise.



CONFINED SPACE TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Confined spaces come in many shapes, sizes and configurations. Often, they are easy to spot. Sometimes they are not. Workers need to recognize that potentially hazardous areas in their facility exist and are big enough for people to enter, challenging to access and exit, and definitely not intended for people to routinely occupy. Before work inside these potentially dangerous areas is authorized by the employer, a detailed hazard assessment needs to be performed for each identified confined space. Employers must train their personnel to conduct confined space entry procedures or hire qualified contractors who can protect themselves with a permit entry system. This involves working from the guidance provided in the hazard assessments, continuously monitoring working conditions, and having all necessary safety equipment to prevent accidents from occurring.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

If working at height can’t be avoided, prevention is better than mitigating the consequences of a fall. Prevention starts by using an existing safe place to carry out work where possible – that is, somewhere where additional protective equipment isn’t necessary and there is no risk of falling because preventative measures are already in place, such as on a balcony or parapet, or on machinery that has fixed guard rails to prevent falls. The hierarchy of control measures now moves on to focus on mitigation, stating that those with a duty of care must minimize the potential consequences of a fall by placing netting or airbags beneath the work area, and close to it, thereby reducing the distance the worker could fall.



HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

You need to establish training programs that educate your own employees and your supply chain partners about health & safety, environmental and quality issues in the workplace. Workplace safety training is a process that aims to provide your workforce with knowledge and skills to perform their work in a way that is safe for them and their co-workers. In addition, an effective workplace safety plan includes instructions and guidelines to identify hazards, report them, and deal with incidents. The main purpose of the Act is to protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job. It sets out duties for all workplace parties and rights for workers. It establishes procedures for dealing with workplace hazards and provides for enforcement of the law where compliance has not been achieved voluntarily.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Working from heights is inherently dangerous. Effective and feasible fall prevention and fall protection measures are readily available. Falls can be prevented and lives can be saved. The first and best strategy is to control hazards at the source. If feasible, the work environment and the job itself should be designed to eliminate the hazards. Work should be done at a single level at grade rather than at multiple levels at elevations. To avoid unnecessary exposure to fall hazards build/assemble on the ground or use tool extensions that allow for the work to be done from the ground. Depending upon the work at hand, these safe work practices may include the use of warning lines, designated areas, controlled access zones, safety monitors and other similar systems to limit the number of workers exposed to the fall hazard.



SCAFFOLDING SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Working on raised scaffolding can be very dangerous whenever the proper safety precautions are not maintained. However, when the safety protocols and practices are observed properly, working on these structures can be just as safe as any other elevated construction technique. Scaffolding must be perfectly level in order to minimize the risk that workers can fall off and be injured or killed. Still, stay alert when on a scaffold, and watch your balance at all times. The most important preventative measures are training and education, proper selection of equipment, and proper use of equipment. Education is the most powerful tool in reducing the number and severity of scaffold-related injuries.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Providing immediate and effective first aid to workers or others who have been injured or become ill at work may reduce the severity of the injury or illness and promote recovery. In some instances this could mean the difference between life and death. Persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) are responsible for providing, as far as is reasonably practicable, a safe working environment and adequate facilities for the welfare of their workers. The risk can be considered low or high depending on the workplace. A low risk workplace is one where workers are not exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness. A high-risk workplace refers to a workplace where workers are exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness and would require first aid.



CONFINED SPACE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

There are many potential dangers for those working in confined space environments, which can have catastrophic implications and sometimes even result in fatality if the correct precautions are not taken. It’s therefore imperative that businesses ensure that their staff not only understand what dangers to look out for, but are able to work safely within their environments and know how to quickly respond to any dangerous situations that could arise. Addressing these areas in advance will significantly improve the safety and health of any employees that may be at risk. Every business has a duty of care to its employees to keep them safe while at work, and this is especially important when confined space working is required. Comprehensive training is essential to prepare employees for confined space working and there are many options available, including accredited courses and bespoke programmes to suit individual businesses.



SCAFFOLDING SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Working on raised scaffolding can be very dangerous whenever the proper safety precautions are not maintained. However, when the safety protocols and practices are observed properly, working on these structures can be just as safe as any other elevated construction technique. Scaffolding structures need to be constantly maintained and inspected in order to retain their structural integrity and safety. Someone knowledgeable about the construction of the scaffolds themselves needs to inspect the structure to ensure that it is still functional and safe, making sure that boards are all still intact and that all of the components are still in good shape. Failure to keep these crucial components regularly maintained could lead to extremely hazardous conditions.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Hazards frequently identified by the consultants include tasks related to working at height, chemicals, housekeeping, electrical, forklifts, lockout/tag out and confined spaces. Steps to help avoid potential tragedies caused by common hazards include providing appropriate employee training and equipment and instilling a positive culture of safety. Employers should use all available resources to learn about their obligations to keep workers safe and how to resolve hazardous situations. Know the purpose of the training, and ensure the appropriate training is given for each individual worker based on his or her needs. After the training, monitor and supervise the workers to check whether they’re applying it appropriately.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Educating food handlers is the best way to protect the public, food handlers themselves, and their families. Properly trained food handlers can improve food safety and reduce risks and behaviors commonly associated with food borne illness and out breaks. It is important for people to understand how their behaviour and activities contribute to the safety of food and how they can decrease the risk of food borne illness. From processes on the farm to practices in the kitchen, human activities play an important role in food safety.Good food hygiene is essential to ensure that the food you and your family eats is safe. Poor hygiene procedures in your home can put you at risk. Harmful germs that cause food poisoning can spread very easily, so you need to make sure that you do everything you can to prevent this.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Industrial workplaces are dangerous. Manufacturing facilities have machines with moving parts, dangerous tools, and ergonomic hazards. At construction worksites, falls, moving vehicles, and heavy materials are common. Warehouses experience a lot of forklift traffic, lifting hazards, and even slip and fall risks. Accidents happen, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do about it. With some preparation and planning, employers can identify the hazards in their facilities and take steps to reduce the risk of injuries, illnesses, and even fatalities. The first step to increasing safety is getting the information you need to get started. No matter your occupation, workplace safety is vital. However, it is especially important in the manufacturing industry since you are dealing with heavy machinery. Therefore, taking safety precautions seriously and conducting safety training is extremely important for manufacturing jobs.



PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT TRAINING IN MUMBAI

The major objective of process safety management (PSM) of highly hazardous chemicals is to prevent unwanted releases of hazardous chemicals especially into locations that could expose employees and others to serious hazards. An effective process safety management program requires a systematic approach to evaluating the whole chemical process. Using this approach, the process design, process technology, process changes, operational and maintenance activities and procedures, non routine activities and procedures, emergency preparedness plans and procedures, training programs, and other elements that affect the process are all considered in the evaluation. To control these types of hazards, employers need to develop the necessary expertise, experience, judgement, and initiative within their work force to properly implement and maintain an effective process safety management program.



LIFTING EQUIPMENT SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

The hazards associated with the use of lifting equipment in construction are hazards related to poor environment that may interfere with communication between workers or concentration needed for the task (noise) or cause sweaty, slippery objects (heat, poor ventilation) Contact with overhead electrical cables. Employers are required to assess the health and safety risks that their employees face and to reduce these risks to an acceptable level. Take action Prioritize preventive and protective measures and specify short and long term actions.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Working at height remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries. Common cases include falls from ladders and through fragile surfaces. ‘Work at height’ means work in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury (for example a fall through a fragile roof). You must make sure work is properly planned, supervised and carried out by competent people with the skills, knowledge and experience to do the job. You must use the right type of equipment for working at height. Vibrant conducts Working at Height Safety Training in their Mumbai office for interested people.



BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

When discussing effective measures for keeping workers safe, a deep divide exists regarding one approach behavior-based safety. BBS targets changes in worker behavior as a means of preventing occupational injuries and illnesses. Many contend that worker behavior correlates directly with an immediate cause of accidents and injuries. Built into the BBS approach are initiatives that include having line workers observe the behavior of fellow workers, logging near-miss incidents, and securing feedback and devising recognition programs intended to spot unsafe behaviors and mitigate them. “Our focus has always been on recognizing safe behaviors”. That’s the first thing we do after we let someone know we are going to be conducting an observation. Because most BBS practitioners are consultants or work in risk management or insurance concerns, most of what they have learned about the practice over the years fails to make it into research projects.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fire hazards can arise in a variety of environments or while undertaking certain activities. Of course, the risk of fire is more likely in situations when flammable chemicals or combustible materials are being used, but even in offices and other lower risk environments, the risk of fire is always prevalent. You must be aware of the fire hazards in your workplace and take all reasonable steps to eliminate or reduce the risk of a fire or explosion. Not only is this important for the safety of your workers, you also have a legal obligation to do so under health and safety legislation. It’s also important to have an emergency plan in place in the event of a fire ensure this isn’t a generic plan, but one designed to meet the specific requirements of your workplace.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Workplace safety cannot exist on best practice guidelines and policies alone. A safe working environment is based on how well the people, in both management and on the factory floor, adhere to -- and communicate about -- safety standards. It’s up to facility managers and business owners to get their employees on board with workplace safety efforts, encouraging them to become active members in the process. Share with them the workplace injury statistics and the inherent risks their job presents to them on a daily basis. Provide incentives that reward them for exemplifying great workplace safety behavior. These simple initiatives really do make all of the difference.



FIRST AID SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

When an emergency strikes, there's no time to start researching how to respond. For your own safety and the safety of your friends and family, it's a good idea to learn about emergency protocol and first aid methods. By learning in advance, you'll ensure that you can respond quickly and appropriately if there's ever an emergency situation. From natural disasters to traffic accidents, you never know when a situation will arise that will demand quick thinking, cool nerves, and a little bit of know-how. In emergency situations, it is important to respond quickly. A clear emergency action plan is a good way to streamline your responses. If you break down your plan into steps, you'll be sure to know exactly what to do.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

The main goal of a safety program is to prevent workplace deaths and injuries, as well as the serious consequences that these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. Organizations with a strong safety culture that have established comprehensive safety programs, effectively act on them, and monitor their progress are the winners when it comes to workplace safety. Workplace safety starts with a strong safety culture, the collection of value and beliefs that employers and employees share in relation to risks in the workplace. Effective leadership is critical because cultural change is complex and hard. Leaders need to embrace the safety agenda and lead the efforts across the overall organization.



LIFTING EQUIPMENTS INSPECTION IN MUMBAI

Lifting accessories are pieces of equipment that are used to attach the load to lifting equipment, providing a link between the two. Any lifting accessories used between lifting equipment and the load may need to be taken into account in determining the overall weight of the load. Frequent and heavy lifting and handling can cause back injuries. But using lifting and handling aids can remove or reduce that risk and keep workers healthy at work. This guidance is intended for managers, employees and their representatives and others involved in the selection of lifting and handling aids.



HAZOP STUDY IN INDIA

Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) is a thorough, orderly, and systematic approach for identifying, evaluating, and controlling the hazards of processes. The process hazard analysis methodology selected must be appropriate to the complexity of the process and must identify, evaluate, and control the hazards involved in the process. A Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) team includes process safety specialist, engineers, operators, supervisors and other workers who have knowledge of the standards, codes, specifications and regulations which apply to the process being studied. HAZOP study is to carefully review a process or operation in a systematic manner to determine whether deviations from the design or operational intent can lead to undesirable consequences. This technique can be used for continuous or batch processes and can be adopted to evaluate written procedures. The HAZOP team lists potential causes and consequences of the deviation as well as existing safeguards protecting against the deviation. When the team determines that inadequate safeguards exist for a credible deviation, it usually recommends the action be taken to reduce the risk.



HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

You need to establish training programs that educate your own employees and your supply chain partners about health & safety, environmental and quality issues in the workplace. Workplace safety training is a process that aims to provide your workforce with knowledge and skills to perform their work in a way that is safe for them and their co-workers. In addition, an effective workplace safety plan includes instructions and guidelines to identify hazards, report them, and deal with incidents. The main purpose of the Act is to protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job. It sets out duties for all workplace parties and rights for workers. It establishes procedures for dealing with workplace hazards and provides for enforcement of the law where compliance has not been achieved voluntarily.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fire can create huge destruction in the workplace. If it’s not too bad, it causes minor injuries or none at all. If it’s a major one, it results in serious injuries and even fatalities. In reality, it’s impossible to completely get rid of fire hazards in your worksite. But that’s not to say that you can’t utilize fire safety measures. Fire hazards can arise in a variety of environments or while undertaking certain activities. Of course, the risk of fire is more likely in situations when flammable chemicals or combustible materials are being used, but even in offices and other lower risk environments, the risk of fire is always prevalent. It’s also important to have an emergency plan in place in the event of a fire ensure this isn’t a generic plan, but one designed to meet the specific requirements of your workplace.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

It is unrealistic to expect accidents not to happen. Therefore, employers are required to provide medical and first aid personnel and supplies commensurate with the hazards of the workplace. Keeping the workplace safe involves three basic elements: steps to prevent or minimize accidents, adequate first aid supplies and proper first aid training. The employer uses training to make sure its employees know what to do, how to do it and who is in charge in case a first aid or emergency situation occurs. Proper first aid training not only satisfies requirements, but fosters good will among employees, who recognize the care that their company expends to provide a safe and healthy environment for its most valuable asset: its employees.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Negligence and indifference are major causes of fire occurrences. The occurrence of fire will result, in some severe circumstances, in fatalities, bodily injuries, business and/or financial losses, job losses, environmental damages and asset ruins. Hence, fire is not something trivial that any responsible human should neglect. All of these things help to maintain a good safety record. The main goals of the safety program consist of preventing damage or loss of equipment, preventing human suffering, casualties, injuries, and exposures to hazardous atmospheres and transmittable diseases.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

No matter your occupation, workplace safety is vital. However, it is especially important in the manufacturing industry since you are dealing with heavy machinery. Therefore, taking safety precautions seriously and conducting safety training is extremely important for manufacturing jobs. Although every work environment has varying degrees of danger and exposure to potential hazards, every workplace, even offices, are subject to accidents, injuries and illnesses. In fact, one might argue that sedentary work environments face especially dangerous health and safety challenges, as inactivity can result in a number of serious health problems.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Working from heights is inherently dangerous. Effective and feasible fall prevention and fall protection measures are readily available. Falls can be prevented and lives can be saved. If the hazard cannot be eliminated, then the hazard should be isolated/ enclosed to prevent exposure in normal operations. These are measures that are taken to ensure that workers cannot fall off an unprotected edge. Administrative controls influence the way a task is performed. Work practices include general workplace rules and other operation-specific rules. Help prevent injuries and save lives by planning ahead to get the job done safely. Provide the right equipment and train everyone to use the equipment safely.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

People were getting injured and dying in large numbers. There was little or no regard for safety. The problem was so alarming that organizations and governments were spurred to take action.
Manufacturers everywhere began to make changes by implementing awareness training, guidelines, and policies. Most importantly, they began to shift the way they thought about workplace safety. All of these efforts amounted to significant improvements. They also require the employee to buy into the safety culture of an organization because the majority of workplace injuries are rooted in employees' attitudes, behaviours, and culture, rather than dangerous and hazardous workplace conditions. Safety training is finally taking the next giant step in the right direction.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Fire prevention in your workplace consists of four steps , Maintain safe housekeeping practices that reduce the risk of fire danger. Always keep adequate fire suppression equipment in your work area to extinguish fire before it goes out of control. It’s easy to forget the risks posed by fire if we don’t ever see them happen; we assure ourselves that a fire won’t happen in our workplace. But workplace fires are more common than some may realize, and more often than not are caused by a mistake that could’ve been easily prevented. Don’t let your workplace be a part of these statistics. Don’t let negligence be the downfall of your organization. Familiarize yourself with the common causes of fire and fire safety duties so you can be vigilant in preventing fires on a daily basis.




FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

There are three major hazards that may be introduced into the food supply any time during harvesting, processing, transporting, preparing, storing and serving food. These hazards may be microbiological, chemical or physical. Food safety hazards can be classified into a number of different categories to account for the nature of the hazard. The safety of foods is a function of more than the microbiological hazards. The most practical way to avoid contracting a food borne illness is prevention, and it can help clients by providing information on how to keep their food safe at all times. This continuing education course examines the various hazards that affect our food supply, the ways in which they contaminate our food and contribute to morbidity and even mortality, and strategies for avoiding these hazards.



PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Most companies dealing with hazardous substances have adopted one or more versions of a process safety management model, but the fragmented approach reflected in most of these efforts is a root cause of the limited progress in reducing process incidents. The activities typically identified as PSM program elements are interdependent and must be tied together by overarching elements that ensure their effectiveness and sustainability. We shall not only assist you in meeting the legislative requirements for process safety management, but shall also provide our global process safety expertise to focus on developing and supporting an effective, integrated process safety management program specific to your needs.



LIFTING EQUIPMENTS INSPECTION IN MUMBAI

Lifting accessories are pieces of equipment that are used to attach the load to lifting equipment, providing a link between the two. Any lifting accessories used between lifting equipment and the load may need to be taken into account in determining the overall weight of the load. Frequent and heavy lifting and handling can cause back injuries. But using lifting and handling aids can remove or reduce that risk and keep workers healthy at work. This guidance is intended for managers, employees and their representatives and others involved in the selection of lifting and handling aids.



FIRE SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

Fire control is the practice of reducing the heat output of a fire, reducing the area over which the fire exists, or suppressing or extinguishing the fire by depriving it of fuel, oxygen, or heat (see fire triangle).Fire prevention and control, the prevention, detection, and extinguishment of fires, including such secondary activities as research into the causes of fire, education of the public about fire hazards, and the maintenance and improvement of fire-fighting equipment. That is why it is important to do Fire Safety training for reducing emergencies and the damage caused by them.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

A food safety hazard refers to any agent with the potential to cause adverse health consequences for consumers. Food safety hazards occur when food is exposed to hazardous agents which result in contamination of that food. Food hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, allergenic, nutritional and/or biotechnology-related. Hazards may be introduced into the food supply any time during harvesting, formulation and processing, packaging and labelling, transportation, storage, preparation, and serving. Without completing the safety assessment, the relative risks associated with the product cannot be accurately measured, and the product becomes a liability as its potential hazards are unknown.



LEAD AUDITOR COURSE IN INDIA

A lead auditor is the one who is responsible for leading the audit team in an organization. He or she prepares the audit plan, delivers meetings and submits audit report at the end of quarter or year. Conducting audits is the main responsibility of a lead auditor and that needs to be done on a daily basis. The Lead Quality Auditor manages a team of Internal Quality Auditors in the performance of internal audits, ensuring that internal audits comply with applicable standards, regulations, and guidance and that resulting reports are fair, impartial, and useful. Need exceptional listening, communication, and presentation skills. Must be able to work well with people at all levels of the organization.



HAZOP SAFETY TRANING IN INDIA

A hazard and operability study (HAZOP) is a structured and systematic examination of a complex planned or existing process or operation in order to identify and evaluate problems that may represent risks to personnel or equipment. The task of analyzing hazards in a workplace or system can be daunting. However, without an effective analysis, potential hazards may not be discovered before they result in injuries and loss. The cost of an accident is often many times greater than the cost of the analysis that could have stopped it. Because HAZOP is a mental exercise, it can be implemented as part of the planning of a new work process, even before a facility is built.



LEAD AUDITOR COURSE IN INDIA

One of the most demanded IT security job roles in today’s global market. A lead auditor is the one who is responsible for leading the audit team in an organization. He or she prepares the audit plan, delivers meetings and submits audit report at the end of quarter or year. Conducting audits is the main responsibility of a lead auditor and that needs to be done on a daily basis. In this article, we will describe the role of a lead auditor, typically confining our views to ISO Auditor.



DISASTER MANAGEMENT SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Disaster management training is meant to build the competencies of disaster relief workers and volunteers in improving the preparedness and response time in all levels before and after disasters. This focuses on the disaster management training not only to improve the technical skills of disaster relief workers and volunteers, but also for personnel and team management. Furthermore, it is also to improve the coordination of disaster preparedness, as well as the competencies and availability of disaster management tools. Thus, in order to synchronize all various units, training needs analysis required. It is a systematic process conducted prior to designing a training program which involves determining the training needs at organisational, operational or individual level, identifying what kind of training is needed, and finally identifying who are the individuals that need to be trained or retrained. The purpose of this research is to identify the need of individual and organisation in implementing disaster preparedness training specifically in context, and also to provide recommendations for further improvement.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

First aid education can save lives in situations of an employee falling ill or being involved in an accident. ... From heart attacks to seizures and workplace accidents, help will quickly come from employees who have had an extensive training in first aid education to provide a temporary relief and prevent any fatalities. First aid training helps employees learn to be more conscious of safety in the workplace, leading to a reduced number of accidents and injuries. Minimizing risk to workers and decreasing workplace incidents is a benefit to everyone, but for employers it has implications within all aspects of business operations. Knowing first aid could someday help to save the life of a friend or family member.





INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Organizations such as construction companies that use dangerous equipment and hospitals exposed to deadly diseases use safety training to ingrain safety into the workplace culture. The importance of safety training extends beyond a worker's introduction to the job. It also encompasses situations when his job changes or when working conditions change. Without an understanding of safety practices related to her job, a worker will be at a higher risk for workplace injury, illness or death. Executives and safety officers must lead the way when it comes to safety procedures. They should recommend new or improved safety training to prevent workplace accidents and illnesses.



HAZOP STUDY IN INDIA

The HAZOP methodology is a systematic team-based technique that can be used to effectively identify and analyze the risks of potentially hazardous process operations. It is the most widely used process hazard analysis (PHA) technique in numerous industries worldwide, including petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, oil-and-gas and nuclear, and is used during the design stages of new processes or projects, for major process modifications and for periodic review of existing operations. A HAZOP is a time-consuming exercise and should be conducted in such a way to ensure that the results justify the effort. It is human nature that all participants seek to present their perspectives, but this can lead to excessive discussion.



CONFINED SPACE TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Confined spaces come in many shapes, sizes and configurations. Often, they are easy to spot. Sometimes they are not. Workers need to recognize that potentially hazardous areas in their facility exist and are big enough for people to enter, challenging to access and exit, and definitely not intended for people to routinely occupy. Before work inside these otentially dangerous areas is authorized by the employer, a detailed hazard assessment needs to be performed for each identified confined space. Employers must train their personnel to conduct confined space entry procedures or hire qualified contractors who can protect themselves with a permit entry system. This involves working from the guidance provided in the hazard assessments, continuously monitoring working conditions, and having all necessary safety equipment to prevent accidents from occurring.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Preventing fires is everyone’s job. We all need to be alert to anything that could cause a fire, and take responsibility to report problems so they can be corrected. Fire prevention involves reducing fuel for a fire, reducing or controlling ignition sources and keeping fuel and ignition sources apart. Always ensure accessibility to electrical control panels. Material or equipment stored in front of the panels would hinder the shutdown of power in an emergency. Also, never block sprinklers, fire fighting equipment or emergency exits and observe clearances when stacking materials. Discard fire hazards like oily rags by placing them in a covered metal container and emptying it on a regular basis. Making sure your workers return home safely is our mission and passion.



SCAFFOLDING SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN MUMBAI

This course is designed to give participants the knowledge and skills to safely and efficiently perform Scaffolding Supervisor. The course covers regulation, safety requirements. To enable them to understand related safety standard and statutory requirements pertaining to any Scaffolding Erection And Dismantling works. All the types of scaffold are constructed with different components and materials. Every stage, building or construction work requires a temporary structure which provides the right assistance and support to it. This support and structure is the basis of a well formed stage and building. The temporary support provided for the materials of a stage, building, any other man made structure is known as scaffolding.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

The main goal of a safety program is to prevent workplace deaths and injuries, as well as the serious consequences that these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. Organizations with a strong safety culture that have established comprehensive safety programs, effectively act on them, and monitor their progress are the winners when it comes to workplace safety. Workplace safety starts with a strong safety culture, the collection of value and beliefs that employers and employees share in relation to risks in the workplace. Effective leadership is critical because cultural change is complex and hard. Leaders need to embrace the safety agenda and lead the efforts across the overall organization.



TEMPORARY WORKS COORDINATOR TRAINING IN MUMBAI

The Temporary Works Coordinator course is tailored for those who are responsible for managing all forms of temporary works. TWC's are responsible for ensuring that all temporary works are adequately controlled and implemented on the site. They are responsible for any temporary works matters relating to the designer and site team. They have a duty to plan, manage and monitor their design through to implementation. Promote awareness and knowledge of the importance of managing temporary works Improve contractors' management arrangements of temporary works Increase the competence of those engaged in temporary works management and design Reduce accidents arising from temporary works failures.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

The importance of First Aid is hard to overestimate. The largest benefits of First Aid are: It allows those trained with the potentially lifesaving ability to assist an injured or ill person during a variety of emergency situations. First aid provides the initial and immediate attention to a person suffering an injury or illness and in extreme cases can mean the difference between life and death. First aid can help reduce the severity of the injury or illness, and can also calm the injured person, reducing stress and anxiety. Planning for emergencies will help prepare your employees for when accidents happen. It’s important that your workers understand what is expected of them in an emergency. A designated worker or workers should have access to first aid supplies and understand how to use them.



BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

In a safety management system based upon the hierarchy of hazard control, BBS may be applied to internalise hazard avoidance strategies or administrative controls (including use of personal protective equipment), but should not be used in preference to the implementation of reasonably practicable safety measures further up the hierarchy. A process that creates a safety partnership between management and employees that continually focuses people's attentions and actions on theirs, and others, daily safety behaviour. Takes a systematic approach, examining the motivation underlying behaviours, in order to increase safe behaviour. Employees at all levels of an organisation should champion a behaviour-based safety approach, and express a genuine interest in keeping employees healthy and safe.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Implement a program that includes preparation, prevention, and recognition of fire hazards. Maintain safe housekeeping practices that reduce the risk of fire danger. Always keep adequate fire suppression equipment in your work area to extinguish fire before it goes out of control. Fire hazards can arise in a variety of environments or while undertaking certain activities. Of course, the risk of fire is more likely in situations when flammable chemicals or combustible materials are being used, but even in offices and other lower risk environments, the risk of fire is always prevalent. That’s why fire safety and emergency procedures in the workplace are so important. You must be aware of the fire hazards in your workplace and take all reasonable steps to eliminate or reduce the risk of a fire or explosion. Not only is this important for the safety of your workers, you also have a legal obligation to do so under health and safety legislation.



SCAFFOLDING TRAINING IN MUMBAI

This guide is intended to clarify when a scaffold design is required and what level of training and competence those erecting, dismantling, altering, inspecting and supervising scaffolding operations are expected to have. At the start of the planning process, the user should supply relevant information to the scaffold contractor to ensure an accurate and proper design process is followed. The scaffold should be designed by bespoke calculation, by a competent person, to ensure it will have adequate strength, rigidity and stability while it is erected, used and dismantled. To ensure stability for more complex scaffolds, drawings should be produced and, where necessary, these may need to be supplemented with specific instructions. The scaffold inspection report should note any defects or matters that could give rise to a risk to health and safety and any corrective actions taken, even when those actions are taken promptly, as this assists with the identification of any recurring problem.



HAZOP SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI
The task of analyzing hazards in a workplace or system can be daunting. However, without an effective analysis, potential hazards may not be discovered before they result in injuries and loss. Hazard and Operability Studies. The Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP) is a systematic investigation of a present or planned process or operation. The HAZOP study is aimed at identifying and evaluating any problems within a plant or work environment that could pose a risk to the employees and/or equipment. The HAZOP study is carried out by experienced team members with multi-disciplinary skills. Usually the team includes four or five members. During a set of meetings the HAZOP team conducts a qualitative assessment aimed at drawing attention to problems and hazards in the operation. HAZOP studies may help avoid problems and, therefore, save lives and/or business expenses.



HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING COMPANIES IN INDIA

Every year in the news there seems to be a major incident resulting from an accident in a hazardous area. Most of these unfortunate incidents could have been prevented with a measure of safety competence, better planning and the right equipment. While well-meaning companies can make mistakes, in hazardous areas, those mistakes can come at a high price. The key to avoiding these safety incidents lies in preparation, regulatory-standards knowledge and careful selection of the right equipment for hazardous-zone operation. Identifying the right equipment that can deliver both workplace safety and accurate measurements can be a challenging task for manufacturers. However, it is essential for a safe and reliable operation that limits potential danger to employees and capital.



BEHAVIOUR BASED SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

We all know that workplace incidents involving injuries are costly in terms of human loss and suffering as well as in terms of finances–impacting productivity, infrastructure, and profitability. The biggest challenge every workplace faces is at-risk behaviours. This makes behaviour-based safety the greatest opportunity for positive change in any organization. Behaviour-based safety creates a partnership between management and workers that focuses on behaviour in relation to work. It encourages workers to help each other be safe by calling out at-risk behaviours and encouraging safe behaviours, effectively creating a culture of safety. It’s just an opportunity to determine what motivates people to act one way or another, to act unsafely or to act safely.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes. Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site. Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs. A fire safety risk assessment is the first step in identifying fire hazards. It also identifies the people at risk, state of emergency preparedness, and effectiveness of controls in the workplace. With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers.



RISK ASSESSMENT SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Risk assessment has become a standard phrase in health, safety, and environment (HSE) management over the last couple of decades. Although many people have heard of it, not so many know what it really means. Risk assessment is nothing more than a careful examination of what, in our work, could cause harm to people, so that we can weigh up whether we have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm. The aim is to make sure that no one gets hurt or becomes ill. It involves identifying the hazards present in any undertaking and then evaluating the extent of the risks involved, taking into account existing precautions. The main use of quantitative analysis is to understand risk and how best to reduce it and not to prove that something is safe. It is good practice for assessments to be reviewed at regular intervals as well to ensure that changes have not slipped through.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

The Fire Safety Training Course is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selecting and using a fire extinguisher. The course is designed to train staff in your fire safety procedures. Fire safety is very important in the field of fire fighting and fire prevention. The purpose of fire safety is to eliminate injuries. There are many different forms of safety. There are also safety programs for fire-fighters. The main goals of the safety program consist of preventing damage or loss of equipment, preventing human suffering.



LIFTING SUPERVISOR TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Lifting operations are inherent to many occupations in the construction industry. They can be performed manually or using lifting equipment. The costs of accidents and ill health related to lifting operations are immense. This article describes the risks associated with lifting operations in the construction industry and measures to reduce these risks. Employers are required to assess the health and safety risks that their employees face and to reduce these risks to an acceptable level. Take action prioritize preventive and protective measures and specify short and long term actions. Monitor the risks, and review preventive measures. Evaluate, on a regular basis, to see if the risk has been reduced to an acceptable level and if new risks have emerged. Effective action should be taken to manage risks by ensuring the lifting equipment is not used until the defect is remedied.



RISK ASSESSMENT SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Risk assessment has become a standard phrase in health, safety, and environment (HSE) management over the last couple of decades. Although many people have heard of it, not so many know what it really means. Risk assessment is nothing more than a careful examination of what, in our work, could cause harm to people, so that we can weigh up whether we have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm. The aim is to make sure that no one gets hurt or becomes ill. It involves identifying the hazards present in any undertaking (whether arising from work activities or from other factors, e.g. the layout of the premises) and then evaluating the extent of the risks involved, taking into account existing precautions. It is a nonstop race where newer and newer hazards are introduced every day with changes in technology and with newer inventions.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Prevention is key to combat against fire-related injuries. In addition to providing supplies for work areas where staff are at risk for fires and explosions, employers can also implement fire hazard analysis. This process is crucial to help industrial worksites identify areas where workers are exposed to fire hazards, such as places for flammable liquid storage and production. Fire hazard analysis can also aid in positioning emergency response services and equipment, such as fire extinguishers and air monitoring machinery, where employees need them the most. Employers should help workers be familiar with where necessary first-aid equipment is located. Educate workers on health and safety procedures for burns.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

In any environment where food is handled, there is no excuse for unsafe practices. When working in a kitchen environment there is a responsibility to do things correctly. Employees may sometimes wonder why they have to follow long processes in regards to cleaning and handling, and may become resentful. With a knowledge and understanding of practices and procedures and the fact that they are often directly responsible for the health and safety of their customers, they may gain a better appreciation and understanding of their job. With the correct training and regular application of food safety principles, the way staff members approach food-handling will change and eventually it will simply become second nature.



HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Worker health and safety training is an important part of occupational health and safety programs. Differing perspectives regarding the purpose of worker health and safety training are reviewed and critiqued. We assert that a focus on changing the working behaviours of workers exposed to hazardous conditions is less appropriate and scientifically rigorous than a focus on helping workers establish the power to reduce and eliminate workplace hazards. For training to lead to a decrease in morbidities and fatalities related to hazardous exposures, it needs to be integrated with workers’ attainment of such power.



RISK ASSESSMENT SAFETY TRAINING IN INDIA

Construction workers in every sector of the industry encounter risks every day ranging from dangerous chemicals to falling structures. Construction professionals should be trained in risk assessment to take precautionary measures or when it's unsafe to continue to avoid a project altogether. Under health and safety law, an employer or self-employed person has a responsibility to ensure suitable and sufficient risk assessments are carried out. This course aims to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding of the risk assessment process and the skills required to undertake a suitable and sufficient risk assessment of activities on a construction site or workplace.



HAZOP STUDY IN INDIA

The Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP) is a systematic investigation of a present or planned process or operation. The HAZOP study is aimed at identifying and evaluating any problems within a plant or work environment that could pose a risk to the employees and/or equipment. Originally, hazard and operability studies focused on chemical and mining operations. The study was extended to include nuclear power plants. A Hazard and Operability study is one of the techniques used by safety professionals to explore the system and ensure that hazardous and/or inefficient procedures are identified and corrected. HAZOP studies provide analysis and details about hazards or errors in a system design. HAZOP studies may help avoid problems and, therefore, save lives and/or business expenses.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAIng>

Food safety is about handling, storing and preparing food to prevent infection and help to make sure that our food keeps enough nutrients for us to have a healthy diet. Unsafe food and water means that it has been exposed to dirt and germs, or may even be rotten, which can cause infections or diseases such as diarrhoea, meningitis, etc. These diseases can make people very sick or even be life threatening. When people are sick, they are weak and would have difficulty working or concentrating at school. Some of these infections also make it difficult for our bodies to absorb the nutrients they need to get healthy. Unsafe or stale foods also deteriorate and are of poor quality, which means they lose nutrients and so we do not get enough of what we need for a healthy diet. So unsafe food can also lead to poor nutrition.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Working at heights means that an individual is working in a place that requires necessary precautions to prevent them from falling at a distance, resulting in serious injury. Employers need to ensure that they take all measures necessary to lower the risk of their workers falling from a height using preemptive hazard recognition to constant site assessment. A safe work place is crucial and ensuring that you have the right safety procedures and policies.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Workplaces where there are more significant health and safety risks are more likely to need a trained first-aider. A first-aid needs assessment will help employers decide what first aid arrangements are appropriate for their workplace. Providing immediate and effective first aid to workers or others who have been injured or become ill at work may reduce the severity of the injury or illness and promote recovery. The risk can be considered low or high depending on the workplace. A low risk workplace is one where workers are not exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness.



RISK ASSESSMENT TRAINING IN MUMBAI

Construction workers in every sector of the industry encounter risks every day ranging from dangerous chemicals to falling structures. About one in five fatal worker accidents occurs in the construction industry. It's impossible to eliminate all risks associated with construction, but accurately assessing risk can make a big difference in worker safety. A construction worker, for example, might notice that a support structure for a building seems unstable. He could then determine whether it's better to reinforce the structure, take precautionary measures to protect workers if the structure falls, or replace the structure altogether. Risk assessment keeps a project moving forward according to your planned timetable, guards your construction team's safety and avoids costly accidents.


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INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING IN MUMBAI

The main goal of a safety program is to prevent workplace deaths and injuries, as well as the serious consequences that these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. Organizations with a strong safety culture that have established comprehensive safety programs, effectively act on them, and monitor their progress are the winners when it comes to workplace safety. Workplace safety starts with a strong safety culture, the collection of value and beliefs that employers and employees share in relation to risks in the workplace.Effective safety leadership and employee engagement are that engine's fuel.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. ... Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs. Fires can break out at any time, and have the potential to cause significant damage, both to property and to human life. Many businesses fail to continue trading following a severe fire. Fire safety is everyone’s responsibility. Employers must ensure they have carried out fire risk assessments to help prevent or reduce the impact of fire, identify significant findings and details on any individual who might be at risk in case of a fire.



FIRST AID SAFTEY TRAINING

First aid education can save lives in situations of an employee falling ill or being involved in an accident. ... From heart attacks to seizures and workplace accidents, help will quickly come from employees who have had an extensive training in first aid education to provide a temporary relief and prevent any fatalities. Workplaces where there are more significant health and safety risks are more likely to need a trained first-aider. A first-aid needs assessment will help employers decide what first aid arrangements are appropriate for their workplace. Having trained employees, who know immediately what to do can save lives.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING

It is a legal requirement that staff involved in a food environment is trained and/or supervised, commensurate with their work activity. The implementation of knowledge acquired during food safety training requires the provision of the appropriate resources and motivational support by management. The implementation of knowledge acquired during food safety training requires the provision of the appropriate resources and motivational support by management. Trainees should be given assistance to help them successfully implement the training in the workplace. The success of the training provided is dependent on how relevant the materials and delivery method are to your food business.



HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING

You need to establish training programs that educate your own employees and your supply chain partners about health & safety, environmental and quality issues in the workplace. Workplace safety training is a process that aims to provide your workforce with knowledge and skills to perform their work in a way that is safe for them and their co-workers. In addition, an effective workplace safety plan includes instructions and guidelines to identify hazards, report them, and deal with incidents. The main purpose of the Act is to protect workers from health and safety hazards on the job. It sets out duties for all workplace parties and rights for workers. It establishes procedures for dealing with workplace hazards and provides for enforcement of the law where compliance has not been achieved voluntarily.


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INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING

Organizations such as construction companies that use dangerous equipment and hospitals exposed to deadly diseases use safety training to ingrain safety into the workplace culture. The importance of safety training extends beyond a worker's introduction to the job. It also encompasses situations when his job changes or when working conditions change. Without an understanding of safety practices related to her job, a worker will be at a higher risk for workplace injury, illness or death. Employees need safety training whenever their job changes in a substantial way. These managers ensure that updated safety training programs clearly explain changes to policies and procedures to affected workers.



FOOD HYGIENE SAFETY TRAINING

Our food hygiene and safety training minimizes the chances of food contamination or food poisoning, protecting both the public and your reputation. Training your staff and managers in hygiene best practices is an important step to developing a culture of food safety. Failing to do so increases the risk of food contamination and the public’s poor health. In turn, this can lead to customer dissatisfaction, potentially huge legal costs and the loss of your good reputation and market share. Food hygiene is the conditions and measures necessary to ensure the safety of food from production to consumption. Food can become contaminated at any point during slaughtering or harvesting, processing, storage, distribution, transportation and preparation. Lack of adequate food hygiene can lead to food borne diseases and death of the consumer.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs. Fire safety training begins by identifying the basic properties of fire. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes. Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site.



ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING

This Electrical Awareness Training is designed to help you understand why electrical safety is so important and explains what you can do to keep yourself and others safe around electrical and electronic equipment. Electrical safety helps prevent you and other people from being injured or even killed by electrical hazards. Training workers to work safely with and around electrical hazards is a critical requirement for maintaining worker safety, as electricity is a serious workplace hazard.



RISK ASSESSMENT SAFETY TRAINING

Risk assessments are vital to protect your workers and your business. Helping you to focus on the risks that really matter, our risk assessment course will provide you with all the skills you need to comply with the law. Construction workers in every sector of the industry encounter risks every day ranging from dangerous chemicals to falling structures. Construction professionals should be trained in risk assessment to take precautionary measures or when it's unsafe to continue to avoid a project altogether. The right risk-assessment training may protect your company from costly lawsuits. It's impossible to eliminate all risks associated with construction, but accurately assessing risk can make a big difference in worker safety.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

First aid is emergency care provided for injury or sudden illness before emergency medical treatment is available. The first-aid provider in the workplace is someone who is trained in the delivery of initial medical emergency procedures, using a limited amount of equipment to perform a primary assessment & intervention while awaiting arrival of emergency medical service personnel. Providing for scheduled evaluation and changing of the first-aid program to keep the program current and applicable to emerging risks in the workplace, including regular assessment of the adequacy of the first-aid training course.



HOT WORKS SAFETY TRAINING

Hot work is any work that involves burning, welding, using fire- or spark-producing tools, or that produces a source of ignition. All precautions of this program must be applied prior to commencing any welding or hot work by company employees or contractors. Hot work presents an increased risk of fire and explosion hazards because it is most often performed in confined and enclosed spaces. Hot work is allowed only in areas that are or have been made fire-safe. Hot work may only be performed in either designated areas or permit-required areas.



CONFINED SPACE SAFETY TRAINING

No person should enter or carry out work in a confined space without sufficient arrangements for the rescue of persons in the event of an emergency. Also, where there is a likely consequence of a relevant risk, the provision of resuscitation equipment must be provided. The regulation also surmises that confined space entry should be avoided if an alternative means of achieving work can be completed. However, if entry is unavoidable, then a safe system of work should be followed. Every employer has a legal duty of care to safeguard their employees or contractors during work. A real appreciation of the hazards that confined spaces pose to a workforce is imperative in order to safeguard them during operational requirements.


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RISK ASSESSMENT SAFETY TRAINING

Risk assessments are vital to protect your workers and your business. Helping you to focus on the risks that really matter, our risk assessment course will provide you with all the skills you need to comply with the law. Supervisors have a general duty to ensure the health and safety of their workers. Conducting hazard identification and a risk assessment enables the supervisor to take the measures necessary to meet this requirement. It provides an opportunity to consider all foreseeable hazards associated with a task and the risks associated with those hazards.



SAFETY AUDIT

A safety audit is a general term used to describe an activity where a facility gathers information about one or more aspects of the workplace in order to evaluate the risk levels for health or safety issues. During this audit one or more people will gather data related to the efficiency, reliability, and effectiveness of their health and safety systems. When done properly, a safety audit will help determine if a company's day to day activities are in conformity with their safety efforts. This means a safety audit is typically only done after a safety plan for the facility is already in place. A safety audit can, however, be used as part of the process in the creation of a full safety plan for a facility.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

Vibrant Safety Solutions is venturing into fire safety Audits which is the need of the hour for malls, Hotels, Cinema theatres, Function Halls etc.
Why do Fire Safety Audits?
Of late, there are lot of incidents of fire in companies resulting into unprecedented damage to property and most importantly loss of life.
These incidents could have been prevented from happening with proper Fire Safety Audits.
Vibrant has a team of Auditors for the same reason to carry out a systematic , critical appraisal of all potential fire hazards involving personnel, premises, services and operation method and also to ensure the occupational safety and health system fully satisfied the legal requirements and those of company’s return safety policies, objectives and progress.



Scaffolding Inspector Training

The Scaffold Inspector course from Vibrant, main aim is to prepare the candidates for employment as Scaffold Inspector/Scaffolding Supervisor.
We also provide supplementary Training Program for candidates previously or currently employed, in Scaffolding.

Vibrant also provides Basic Scaffolding Awareness Training.




Scaffold Inspector Training, Coromandel Vigaz

Vibrant conducted a two-day Scaffold Inspector Training program for a batch of 25 candidates at Coromandel, vishakapatnam, in February 2019. The candidates who participated in the training were well versed in scaffolding. A very knowledgeable crowd.




Safety Audits


Organisations with a positive safety culture are totally dedicated in providing safety and welfare facilities to its employees.
We, at Vibrant Safety Solutions Pvt. Ltd., are totally committed in nurturing a strong culture of safety and we continuously put efforts in ensuring our clients maintain a safe working environment.
We do this by providing a comprehensive healthy, safety, environmental and risk management consultancy for commercial buildings, malls, hospitals, construction sites, warehouses, manufacturing units, small, medium and large industrial plants and office premises.
With our dedicated team we are one of the leading safety providers of safety audits for any location.
Vibrant Safety Solutions Pvt. Ltd.has a vast experience and technical expertise that highly is valued in the industry.
Our services include:
- Safety Audits,
- Electrical Safety Audits
- Risk Assessment & Hazard Operability(HAZOP)
- Safety Training
You can be a large or small organization. You can be high hazard or low risk. But one thing every organization has in common is that they need to make sure that they follow good health, safety and environmental practices. We examine all facilities and the activities of an organization from a safety perspective,assess the current level of prevention, protection and emergency management preparedness and subsequently prepare an action plan to upgrade safety procedures to avert mishaps and limit consequences.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

First aid is emergency care provided for injury or sudden illness before emergency medical treatment is available. The first-aid provider in the workplace is someone who is trained in the delivery of initial medical emergency procedures, using a limited amount of equipment to perform a primary assessment & intervention while awaiting arrival of emergency medical service personnel. Instructing all workers about the first-aid program, including what workers should do if a co worker is injured or ill. Putting the policies and program in writing is recommended to implement this and other program elements. Language barriers should be addressed both in instructing employees on first-aid policies and procedures and when designating individuals who will receive first-aid training and become the on-site first-aid providers.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A safety audit is a process that recognizes the imperfections, risks, and hazards in the workplace OHS procedures. Safety audits guide and designs the policies for remedial actions within a health and safety program. Workplace safety audit prevents incidents through education and risk management. Safety Audits are conducted for the purpose of health, safety, and fire hazard identification. During these surveys, assessments are made for compliance to applicable regulations and fire codes as well as the detection of unsafe hazards. Safety Audits are primarily to check the effectiveness of the various programs, they do not take the place of regular facility inspections.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. A fire in the workplace can also mean the termination of jobs. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes. Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site. Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs.



WORKING AT HEIGHT TRAINING

All work at height should be properly planned, organised and risk assessed. Appropriate work equipment should be selected and inspected before use. People carrying out work at height must be trained and competent. This course will provide employees with the knowledge necessary to carry out work at heights in a safe manner. To equip participants with the knowledge necessary to carry out work at heights in a safe manner. Employers and those in control of any work at height activity must make sure work is properly planned, supervised and carried out by competent people. This includes using the right type of equipment for working at height. You should make sure that people with sufficient skills, knowledge and experience are employed to perform the task, or, if they are being trained, that they work under the supervision of somebody competent to do it.



LIFTING SUPERVISOR SAFETY TRAINING

The hazards associated with the use of lifting equipment in construction are: Hazards related to the loads, e.g. crushing due to impact of moving objects or loads falling from vehicles because they are not slinged properly or the wrong type of slings were used. This training introduces a covers a range of common equipment and associated hazards. It demonstrates how accidents occur and explores the essential principles that must be put into practice to work safely. Training is also available in how to undertake a lifting operation safety risk assessment to conform to the lifting regulations.



SCAFFOLDING INSPECTOR TRAINING

Secure work at height is a profession by itself. You not only have to learn but to monitor and inspect. Do we work according to regulations? Are the right materials and parts being used? Every year hundreds of serious accidents happen in the immediate working environment of a scaffolder, of which 10 to 30 are very serious injuries.
With Vibrant Safety Solutions’ trainings of Monitoring and Inspection your employees will help prevent these accidents.
The training teaches the employees who are responsible for the inspection and/or transferring of scaffolds, to expertly inspect those on quality and safety, to expertly inspect according to current standards and regulations.



SAFETY AUDITS

A safety audit is a structured process whereby information is collected relating to the efficiency, effectiveness, and reliability of a company's total health and safety management system.
Safety audits serve two broad purposes:
1. They are routinely conducted in order to determine whether the company is in compliance with safety legislation. These can be performed by representatives of a regulatory body or by the company itself.
2. They are used to identify weaknesses in their safety programs and processes. These audits are then used as a guide for designing safety plans or to identify corrective actions that should be undertaken.
A safety audit is a more thorough process than technical inspections or spot-check inspections.
In addition to ensuring compliance, safety audits also review the company's safety documentation and determine whether their record-keeping systems are adequate or need to be more robust. They will also look beyond the current activity in the workplace and evaluate the company's safety training.
A safety audit can involve a walk-through of the facility, interviewing management or employees, and reviewing company documentation.
Safety audits are beneficial because they:
• Promote constant review of systems to ensure that they do not become weakened by habit
• Facilitate planned improvements to programs, policies, and procedures
• Help to identify weaknesses in human resources departments
• Help to demonstrate management’s dedication to employee health and safety



BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY TRAINING

Behavior -based safety training programs are important in any company, but they are especially vital in the manufacturing and industrial sectors where heavy machinery can easily hurt you or one of your co-workers.
Promoting a strong workplace safety culture is a team effort because each employee plays a role in ensuring the safety of themselves and their co-workers. Safety training is not only important for keeping workers safe, but it can also lead to higher profits and more satisfied workers.
Importance of Behavior-Based Safety Programs and Safety Culture on the Workplace
Behavior-based safety programs let workers know the appropriate steps to follow if an accident or injury occurs. Proper safety training also leads to higher profits by teaching workers to perform their duties safely and efficiently. Furthermore, companies with a strong safety culture prevent more aaccidents and injuries. According to OSHA, companies that focus on workers’ safety have nearly 50 percent fewer lost workdays. Furthermore, workers are more likely to enjoy and care about their work because they know their company cares about their well-being and wants them to succeed at their job.
To create a strong safety culture, your company should not be afraid of making necessary changes in practices to encourage safe behavior. Managers and supervisors should lead by example by consistently using safe workplace behaviors. Furthermore, your company should focus on praising those who follow safety regulations and encourage reporting accidents and injuries.



ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Electrical professionals can make their workplace safer by following safety regulations, establishing a safety program, and understanding electrical hazards. Electrical hazards, specifically shock, arc flash, and arc blast, can result in serious injury or death to electrical workers. The first key to electrical safety is to understand and follow safety regulations and standards. The key electrical safety principles focus on the protection of owners, employers, and employees. To ensure a safe workplace, electrical professionals must change their existing cultures, beliefs and practices and follow electrical safety standards and regulations.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A fire safety audit is the most effective tool for assessing how safe is your premises or construction site. It helps the owners to identify the hazards and havoc a fire may cause and where improvement can be made and develop an action plan. Apart from emergency preparedness and action plan focus must also be on fire safety survey and inspection
The main focus of these fire safety audits must be:
• Identification and control of ignition sources where flammable
chemicals are stored / handled / transferred.
• A formal assessment of the various active (fire hydrant, sprinkler,
portable fire extinguishers) and passive fire protection
requirements for chemical storage and handling areas and suggesting
improvements as necessary.
• Assess the fire risk in each operation / area.
• To ensure that the Occupational Safety and Health System fully
adhere to the legal requirements and those of the company’s written
safety policies, objectives and goals.
• Identifying potential fire / explosion hazards at the premises and
suggesting appropriate preventive measures.
• Review of safety awareness and safety training requirements of
employees with respect to hazards present.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING

"Working at height" refers to work that takes place in any circumstance in which a fall could cause personal injury. This includes working on a ladder, a flat roof, or a fragile surface or even in an area near an opening in a floor or a hole in the ground. A key point for any of these situations: Workers don't need to fall far to be seriously injured or even killed.
Work at height takes place across a diverse range of industries. Many hazards may be specific to a given working environment. However, a common cause of accidents is a failure to take sufficient precautions, especially when carrying out work at relatively low heights (4 to 6 feet). Workers may fail to plan correctly and underestimate the risks involved in working at such minimal elevation. They won't secure themselves or the equipment properly, or they may place equipment in inappropriate areas where the footing isn’t secure.
Working at height carries inherent hazards. Risks need to be properly assessed and work carefully planned, even at relatively low elevations. Regulation is an important driver for raising standards, but compliance alone is not enough. A mature safety culture instils positive safety behaviors, while tailor-made product solutions can provide further invaluable protection.



RISK ASSESSMENT SAFETY TRAINING

Risk assessments are produced in order to estimate possible economic, infrastructure, and social impacts arising from a particular hazard or multiple hazards. Three components are usually considered when assessing risk and probable loss: exposure, hazard, and vulnerability.
Risk assessments provide an opportunity before a disaster to determine the likely deaths, damages, and losses (direct and indirect) that will result from a hazard event, and to highlight which actions will be most effective in reducing the impacts on individuals, communities, and governments. This ability to model disaster loss and to provide robust analysis of the costs and benefits of risk preparedness, reduction, and avoidance has made disaster risk assessments a powerful tool in disaster risk management.
As a result, the number of risk assessments being undertaken is growing, innovation has flourished, and a vast array of approaches, experiences, and lessons learned now exists.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

Fire audit plays a crucial role not only in mitigating fire hazards but also drastically reduces the stress of uncertainty.

Fire safety audit is an effective tool for assessing fire safety standards of an organization or occupancy. A comprehensive fire safety audit should address the inherent fire hazardous associated with the day to day activities in an occupancy and recommend measures to reduce the potential fire hazards.

The fire safety audit is an examination of the buildings / structures and relevant documents to ascertain how the buildings are being managed regarding fire safety.

The main objective of safety audit is to carry out a systematic, critical appraisal of all potential hazards involving personnel, plant services and operation




Quaterly She Audits

Environmental, health and safety (EHS) audit programs have become an established and essential component of corporate governance in most every major organization whose activities could affect public health and the environment.
How does one know whether an audit program is actually working and meeting its established objectives? What are the best performance criteria to use? -How can risk management be factored into audit programs and how individual audits are conducted to assure efficient and relevant outcomes? How can we get at the true risks and avoid the tendency to focus on "administrative"?

Construction safety Audit
Managing the safety in construction sector is a biggest challenge for Industries on how to provide safer working conditions. Site safety audits are necessary to check operations against established prospect. VIBRANT SAFETY SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD provides Construction Safety Audit services that are tailored to the unique safety & regulatory requirements of construction industry. Managing the safety in construction sector is a biggest challenge for Industries on how to provide safer working conditions. Site safety audits are necessary to check operations against established prospect.
VIBRANT SAFETY SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD. provides Construction Safety Audit services that are tailored to the unique safety & regulatory requirements of construction industry.
Why Choose Vibrant Safety Solutions Pvt Ltd for Construction Safety Audit

Vibrant Safety Solutions Pvt. Ltd. expert consultants design the module of construction safety as per global protocol by defining the weightage criteria & developing performance rating system. Our team works on each aspect of hazards from engineering phase to Construction phase that drive systematic improvement in safety performance.

Vibrant Safety Solutions Pvt. Ltd Modus Operandi
Develop Quarterly safety Audit Checklist and Weightage criteria to establish Quarterly performance level
Develop Overall Performance Rating System based on Audit Scores
To conduct Quarterly safety Audit and present findings in clear, concise & Objective manner
To recommend corrective & Preventive Actions
To support decision making in Annual Performance Level and Reward/ Recognition System




FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training.
A fire safety risk assessment is the first step in identifying fire hazards. It also identifies the people at risk, state of emergency preparedness, and effectiveness of controls in the workplace. With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers.




Fire Safety Audit

Objective:
• To carry out a systematic, critical appraisal of all potential Fire hazards
involving personnel, premises, services & operation method
• To ensure that occupational Safety & Health System fully satisfy the legal
requirements and those of company’s written safety policies , objectives &
progress
Scope of Work
Fire Hazard Identification
• Identifying potential fire / explosion hazards / risks in the Premises and suggesting appropriate preventive measures
• Evaluate the Fire risk in each operation / area.
Fire fighting system
• Evaluate the location of the Fire pump house and water storage tank to meet the Statute and standard requirements and the availability of nearby hazards.
• Adequacy of the underground and above ground fire water tank and pumping capacity, Availability of Overhead tank and its interconnection with Fire water network, and backup supply
• Configuration of the pumps and valves for the hydrant and sprinkler system
• Checking the Adequacy of the sprinkler system, detection system, operating temperature/other parameters
Fire detection and alarm system
• Adequacy of the Fire detection and alarm (FDA) system with respect to relevant standards, positioning of the detectors with respect to ventilation system, beam depth, obstructions, etc.
• Checking the availability and adequacy of the backup power supply to FDA panel and other electrically operated emergency equipments
• Type of cables used for emergency service.
Gas suppression system
• Assess the requirement of Gas suppression system based on fire risk and criticality of the equipments / operations as per relevant standards.
• Assessing the location of the Gas suppression cylinders, routing of pipeline, location of manual release and abort switches and panel, Standby power supply, etc.
Fire extinguisher
• Checking the adequacy and deployment of the portable Fire extinguisher as per relevant standards.
• Accessibility to extinguishers as per relevant standards and availability of refills, mounting practice, etc.
Passive fire protection
• Segregation of the facilities and utilities, requirement of fire partition walls and its fire rating
• Segregation of power cables and data cables and utilities lines
• Addressing the fire spread through vertical and horizontal openings meant for cable passes, utility lines, etc.
• Fire rating of the emergency exit doors, Fire lifts, etc.
• Fire rating of building construction, internal partitions and false ceilings.
Emergency Management & Life Safety System
• Availability of Emergency preparedness plan
• Adequacy of emergency exit based on occupant load / type of occupancy / type of exit
• Adequacy and availability of emergency lights and ventilation
• Segregation of the emergency exit from the remaining facility.
• Communication of emergency, Mutual Aid, etc.
• Approach road width and clearance.
• Access and egress to the building.
• Open space around the building.
• Adequacy of siganges.
• Assess the requirement of passive fire protection system like cable pass sealants, etc.
• Assessment of fire safety training level of security staff, and facility management staff.
• Assessment of emergency plan, fire mockup drill records, evacuation plan and its adequacy.



RISK ASSESSMENT SAFETY TRAINING

Risk assessment is nothing more than a careful examination of what, in our work, could cause harm to people, so that we can weigh up whether we have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm. The aim is to make sure that no one gets hurt or becomes ill. It involves identifying the hazards present in any undertaking and then evaluating the extent of the risks involved, taking into account existing precautions.

Risk assessment has become a standard phrase in health, safety, and environment management over the last couple of decades. Although many people have heard of it, not so many know what it really means.

It is important for all of us to be aware of the intentions behind risk assessment. It should also be understood that severity of a risk cannot be reduced. We can only bring down the probability or likelihood down to an acceptable level.

Risk assessment is a continuous process!

There is a risk in everything we do. As individuals we carry out risk assessments subconsciously all the time, for example, where, how, and when to cross the road. We do these assessments quickly, and we base them on experience, the available information, common sense, and our own judgment.

We are creatures of habit; find a way to sustain the focus and it will become second nature.

It is a nonstop race where newer and newer hazards are introduced every day with changes in technology and with newer inventions. We may have to look at newer developments such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, communications technology, etc. carefully and understand them better to proactively work for eliminating/reducing their risks.
The causes of tomorrow's events exist today!



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

The audit is an examination of the premises and relevant documents to ascertain how the premises are being managed regarding fire safety. The inspector may also wish to talk to members of staff to confirm their level of fire safety awareness. Fire safety audit is an effective tool for assessing fire safety standards of an organization or occupancy. A comprehensive fire safety audit should address the inherent fire hazardous associated with the day to day activities in an occupancy and recommend measures to reduce the potential fire hazards.

Safety Audit is a form of risk analysis and evaluation in which a systematic investigation is carried out in order to determine the extent to which the conditions are present that provide for the development and implementation of an effective and efficient safety policy.

Fire safety audit is an effective tool for assessing fire safety standards of an organization or occupancy. A comprehensive fire safety audit should address the inherent fire hazardous associated with the day to day activities in an occupancy and recommend measures to reduce the potential fire hazards. In spite of bringing stringent fire safety regulations by many state governments and local bodies, still the numbers of fires in the country are on the increase, resulting in the loss of many life and property.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING

This Working at Height Awareness online training course raises awareness of the dangers associated with Working at Height and the practical steps that can be taken to minimize and control the risks that Working at Height presents. The course covers the main hazards, applicable legislation, risk assessment, risk reduction measures and key responsibilities of the individual.
All work at height should be properly planned, organised and risk assessed. Appropriate work equipment should be selected and inspected before use. People carrying out work at height must be trained and competent. This course will provide employees with the knowledge necessary to carry out work at heights in a safe manner.
Operating at height can be very dangerous for those involved. Even simple mistakes can result in serious accidents and potentially even fatalities. To help minimize risks, it require employers to make sure that their personnel are given adequate training and information before they conduct any work of this nature.




FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

When reviewing compliance it is important to evaluate how the company handles conformance to the prescribed codes or standards, record keeping and training of employees. When assessing safety, the objective is to identify unsafe work conditions, rather than unsafe acts or behaviours.

Organizations conduct safety audits to comply with laws or regulations and to provide a safe workplace for everyone. A safety audit identifies different levels of risk in each work area of an organization. A systematic approach is a vital ingredient for a safety audit.

A health and safety audit is a comprehensive check of all objects and processes within the workplace that may present a risk or hazard. Safety audits must be carried out on a regular basis to establish what work has to be done to keep premises without risk or hazard to employees and non-employees.

Rigorous analysis of an organization's operations and maintenance of systems of internal controls can help detect and prevent various forms of fraud and other accounting irregularities. Without a proper audit system, an organization cannot be able to create reliable financial reports for internal or external purposes.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fire safety training teaches workers how to prevent fires. If workers are aware of the best ways to prevent fires, they can contribute significantly to a safer workplace.

It’s important that everyone in the workplace is prepared for a fire. Workers need to know what to do in case a fire occurs and how to work together to effectively stop the advance of a fire.

Everyone is responsible for preventing fires in the workplace employers and employees alike.

In addition to possible injury and loss of life, a serious fire can close down a workplace resulting in significant job losses. It is possible to reduce the threat of fire to people and property by teaching everyone to work together to prevent fires with comprehensive fire safety training.



BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY TRAINING

Behavior-Based Safety (BBS) is the application of behavioral psychology to improve safety in the workplace. The aim is to change behaviors that cause incidents and promote behaviors that are efficient and safe. First, employees are observed by management to identify behaviors that contribute either positively or negatively to safety. Management can then use that data to create an action plan to improve safety either by changing processes to eliminate high-risk activities or promoting those that increase safety.

Taking a proactive approach to risk management is beneficial because it allows you to stay in control of the situation, instead of just responding based on the incidents. It also saves organizations from having to deal with the time, money and employee distress/injury caused by workplace incidents.

The main goal of a BBS program is to prevent workplace incidents. Organizations that incorporate BBS into their safety plans tend to see a drastic reduction in accidents and incidents, especially those resulting in injury or worse.
BBS gives you the necessary information to put together a truly effective training program. The observation stage lets management see what the focus area should be for employee training, as this will be different for each organization.

BBS is an act of risk management, since it proactively prevents incidents. Preparing for risks before an incident happens protects employee safety as well as saves money in the long run. When management is observing employee behavior, they can identify hazards present between the workplace environment and the actual task.



FIRST AID SAFETY COURSE

Not every job is dangerous, but every employer is responsible for the safety of their employees in the workplace. One of the best ways for employers to meet their legal and moral obligations to their employees is to provide first aid training to employees. Having employees trained provides benefits that aren’t always obvious. In this article we’ll look at some of the ways that first aid training can benefit both employers and employees.

In the event of an emergency, a fast employee response can save lives. Employees trained in first aid will understand the steps to take during an emergency, thanks to increased confidence and preparation. A quick response can reduce recovery time, leading to less time lost from injuries.

First aid training helps employees learn to be more conscious of safety in the workplace, leading to a reduced number of accidents and injuries. Minimizing risk to workers and decreasing workplace incidents is a benefit to everyone, but for employers it has implications within all aspects of business operations.

Training in first aid is just as useful outside of the workplace. Knowing first aid could someday help to save the life of a friend or family member.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A ‘Fire Safety Audit’ is essentially an inspection of a non-residential premises to ascertain how it is being managed with regards to fire safety. Usually pre-arranged, an audit will include an inspection of relevant documentation and can also involve speaking to staff members to learn their level of fire safety awareness.
A fire safety audit is a thorough inspection of non residential premises, along with relevant documentation, to make sure that it is being properly managed with regards to fire safety. It will be carried out by a fire safety inspector, though official titles can sometimes vary. An audit can also involve interviews with your staff to check that they are aware of proper fire safety procedures.
One of the most important parts of the audit will involve reading through all relevant documentation regarding fire safety, how it is managed and how staffs are kept aware of it.



ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Electrical equipment used in an office, is potentially hazardous and can cause serious shock and burn injuries if improperly used or maintained. To protect your workers, you should properly educate them and ensure that your office is safe and free from electrical hazards.

Electrical professionals can make their workplace safer by following safety regulations, establishing a safety program, and understanding electrical hazards.

Electrical hazards, specifically shock, arc flash, and arc blast, can result in serious injury or death to electrical workers. Work environments that create the potential for these events put everyone, including owners, at risk. However, many of these individuals fail to recognize these risks, thanks to several incorrect and dangerous beliefs that are ingrained in the electrical industry culture.

The first key to electrical safety is to understand and follow safety regulations and standards. To ensure a safe workplace, electrical professionals must change their existing cultures, beliefs and practices and follow electrical safety standards and regulations.



SAFETY AUDIT

A safety audit is a general term used to describe an activity where a facility gathers information about one or more aspects of the workplace in order to evaluate the risk levels for health or safety issues.

When reviewing compliance it is important to evaluate how the company handles conformance to the prescribed codes or standards, record keeping and training of employees. When assessing safety, the objective is to identify unsafe work conditions, rather than unsafe acts or behaviours.

The Importance of Conducting a Safety Audit is to comply with laws or regulations and to provide a safe workplace for everyone. A safety audit identifies different levels of risk in each work area of an organization. Organisations should have a management system in place to ensure safety processes continue to be maintained.

Safety audits must be carried out on a regular basis to establish what work has to be done to keep premises without risk or hazard to employees and non-employees.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

Safety Audit is carried out by experts in the respective fields who examine management system, facilities and activities of the organization on safety aspects assess the prevailing hazards, the level of prevention, protection and emergency management preparedness and subsequently prepare a recommendation to upgrade safety inputs to avert mishaps and limit consequences.
Fire Safety audit is an effective tool for assessing fire safety status in industries, laboratories, office, hotel, malls, hospitals, schools etc. The audit helps to identify the areas for improvement in fire safety measures in fire prevention, protection and mitigation system in case of fire. The audit provides an action plan which is a useful for fire prevention and mitigation and emergency preparedness.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Establishing and maintaining a sound chemical safety policy not only saves human lives and protects the environment but also avoids fines and penalties. The physical and biological effects of chemicals must be considered before implementing any chemical safety measures.

Chemical safety rules apply to all naturally occurring and manufactured chemicals, as well as exposure resulting from related processes including mining, extraction, manufacture, shipping, uses, disposal and recycling. Numerous technical and scientific factors must be taken into account when making a chemical risk assessment. The physical and biological effects of chemicals must be considered before implementing any chemical safety measures.

The best way to improve chemical safety awareness in your organization is by educating and training the entire workforce from entry level employees to executive managers. Up to date training will also ensure that company personnel follows the established chemical safety protocols.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

First aid refers to medical attention that is usually administered immediately after the injury occurs and at the location where it occurred. It often consists of a one-time, short-term treatment and requires little technology or training to administer. It can save lives and prevent minor injuries becoming major ones.

The aims of first aid are to: preserve life. Prevent illness or injury from becoming worse. Relieve pain, if possible.

It is given to the victims until they become able to get the medical aid. First Aid is very important as they make people able to help the victims until they do not get medical aid. First Aid Courses are useful for everyone because no one knows when people need them.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

Fire Safety audits are carried out following nationally agreed guidelines so that any advice given to you is consistent and proportionate to the fire risk in your premises and to keep people safe. We believe that prevention is better than cure and our Inspectors will actively work with you to advise and assist with meeting the standard required.

Fire safety Audit is an effective tool for assessing the fire safety status in hospitals, Schools, malls, residential buildings, industries, corporate offices or any other occupancy. It allows you to understand the current condition of fire safety of your premises and the areas for improvement in fire safety measures towards fire protection, fire fighting and ensuring minimum casualty during a fire. The audit provides an action plan for getting future ready with your preparedness for fire emergency.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fire safety procedures are a written set of plans describing the actions to be taken in the event of a fire emergency, and assigning responsibility for each action. Each set of plans needs to be customized; the recommended actions and responsibilities will be different depending on the facility, the type of work being done there, the types of materials used, and the people present.

Having effective fire safety procedures and proper employee training will reduce the injuries and damage caused by a fire. If there are no fire safety procedures, or if the procedures are poorly prepared or poorly tailored to the facility, the likely result will be a disorganized evacuation or emergency response, leading to confusion, injury, and increased property damage.
The impact of fire outbreaks in any organization can be significant with far reaching consequences. Not only do fires result in deaths and personal injuries but also cause substantial property and environmental damage. Large fires occurring in both private and public premises especially in urban areas require a large deployment of resources in terms of equipment and personnel to contain them.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

To carry out a systematic, critical appraisal of all potential Fire hazards involving personnel, premises, services & operation method. To ensure that occupational Safety & Health System fully satisfy the legal requirements and those of company's written safety policies, objectives & progress.

The audit is an examination of the premises and relevant documents to ascertain how the premises are being managed regarding fire safety. When reviewing compliance it is important to evaluate how the company handles conformance to the prescribed codes or standards, record keeping and training of employees. When assessing safety, the objective is to identify unsafe work conditions, rather than unsafe acts or behaviours.

An audit is an objective examination and evaluation of the financial statements of an organization to make sure that the records are a fair and accurate representation of the transactions they claim to represent. The audit can be conducted internally by employees of the organization, or externally by an outside firm. Without a proper audit system, an organization cannot be able to create reliable financial reports for internal or external purposes.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Chemical safety is the practice of using occupational chemical substances in a manner that ensures the safety and health of humans and prevents damage to the environment. It covers all aspects of chemical use, including the manufacture, transport, use, and disposal of chemicals.

Chemical safety plays a crucial role in establishing a hazard communication standard, which can prevent lethal accidents and aid emergency responders.

Providing safety equipment to employees that reduce their exposure to the Physical Hazard. Effective controls protect workers from workplace hazards; help avoid injuries, illnesses, and incidents; minimize or eliminate safety and health risks; and help employers provide workers with safe and healthful working conditions.



ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Electrical safety is a system of organizational measures and technical means to prevent harmful and dangerous effects on workers from electric current, electric arc, electromagnetic field and static electricity.

Electricity strikes in a variety of ways in workplaces electrocutions, electric shocks, burns, and falls are all risks that exist wherever electrical currents exist. While electrical safety training is imperative for electricians, they’re not the only types of employees whose safety depends on it.

Following these workplace electrical safety tips will help your employees better understand and approach the risks around them. When you implement a thorough training course at your company, you’re helping your employees develop safe habits they can take with them for the rest of their careers. Taking action with thorough training is well worth the effort in the long run.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Whether the workplace is an office or a construction site, it has two common traits valuable employees who may be injured or become ill and the need to protect them with adequate first aid procedures.

Whether employees work in a high-hazard or low-hazard environment, they face a variety of risks. Shock, bleeding, poisonings, burns, temperature extremes, musculoskeletal injuries, bites and stings, medical emergencies and distressed employees in confined spaces are just a sampling of the first aid emergencies which might be encountered in your business. These risks are compounded when employees don't feel well. Their lack of concentration can result in costly injuries.

It makes good business sense to provide first aid and appropriate training to all your employees. By making such a minimal investment in keeping your employees safe and well-trained, you could net big returns, along with a competitive advantage. Moreover, it's the law. Employees must be trained to act and think quickly to avoid delayed treatment during an emergency.
Proper first aid training not only satisfies there requirements, but fosters good will among employees, who recognize the care that their company expends to provide a safe and healthy environment for its most valuable asset its employees.



SAFETY AUDITS

A safety audit is a general term used to describe an activity where a facility gathers information about one or more aspects of the workplace in order to evaluate the risk levels for health or safety issues.

A systematic approach is a vital ingredient for a safety audit. A safety audit identifies different levels of risk in each work area of an organization. The Importance of Conducting a Safety Audit. Organizations conduct safety audits to comply with laws or regulations and to provide a safe workplace for everyone.

Each observed unsafe condition and hazard is to be assigned a priority level to indicate the urgency of the corrective action required. The outcome of the audit needs to be discussed and followed up in regular safety meetings and other daily meetings. Corrective actions taken are required to be assessed in subsequent audits or other reviews of the management.



CONFINED SPACE SUPERVISOR

The entry supervisor’s role to oversee the operation is of key importance and is by no means an easy task. Their duties put the lives of the team members in their hands, and their decisions and level of responsibility dictate the outcome of the operation.

The standard states employers must provide training to each employee so they gain the skills necessary for safe performance. As a result, the trainee understands the potential hazards in the permit space and methods to isolate control and protect employees from those hazards. Spaces," contains the requirements for practices and procedures to protect employees in general industry from the hazards of entry into permit-required confined spaces.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

The Fire Safety Training Course is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selecting and using the correct fire extinguisher. The course is also designed to train staff in your fire safety procedures.
Fire safety training helps to protect your business. It ensures everyone knows how to act safely, reducing the risk of injury or loss of life in the event of a blaze. Basic fire-fighting techniques can also help to prevent small fires from becoming big emergencies.
Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs.
Everyone is responsible for preventing fires in the workplace employers and employees alike.
In addition to possible injury and loss of life, a serious fire can close down a workplace resulting in significant job losses. It is possible to reduce the threat of fire to people and property by teaching everyone to work together to prevent fires with comprehensive fire safety training.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A fire safety audit is a thorough inspection of non residential premises, along with relevant documentation, to make sure that it is being properly managed with regards to fire safety. It will be carried out by a fire safety inspector, though official titles can sometimes vary. An audit can also involve interviews with your staff to check that they are aware of proper fire safety procedures.

One of the most important parts of the audit will involve reading through all relevant documentation regarding fire safety, how it is managed and how staffs are kept aware of it.

With fire safety, preparation is far more valuable than having to do some damage control. Regular fire safety audits to ensure that you have an idea of how safe your building is. Along with identifying fire hazards, you will also get recommendations for changes you can make to help protect the property.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

A fire in the workplace can be one of the most devastating hazards for not only the workers but the public as well. It can result in numerous serious injuries or even fatalities in addition to the extensive property damage. So fire safety is pretty important. Be sure to familiarize yourself and your co-workers with your company’s fire procedure.

A workplace assessment for fire safety should be done for every new site or when your current site undergoes changes and all fire extinguishers should be routinely inspected.

Fires are a major cause of workplace fatalities, so construction companies need to take the proper precautions to protect their employees. Fire safety is a top concern in the construction industry.
Better fire safety starts with enhanced employee training. All workers need to be aware of their role in reducing fire risks. Educate employees on what to do in the event of a fire and the location of all fire extinguishers and emergency exits. Regular training improves safety on the site and reduces controllable hazards.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A Fire Safety Audit is the most effective tool for assessing the fire safety standards of your facility. It helps the owners to identify areas where improvement can be made and develop an action plan, in addition to emergency preparedness and mock drills.
The occurrence of any fire has the potential to cause severe damage to both life and property. A Fire Safety Audit is the most effective tool for assessing the fire safety standards of your facility.

Fire Safety audit is a systematic and independent evaluation of the fire risks present in the premises and involve recommendations about appropriate measures to control and mitigate the effects of fires.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fire safety is the set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. Fire safety measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts.

All employees should be made aware of what to do in the event of a fire and how to prevent fires in the workplace. Employees need a greater awareness of the threat posed by fire to people, property and business.

First of all in order to eliminate fire hazards, you have to know what to look for. Take the time to perform a workplace hazard assessment where you can search for and document known hazards. Once hazards have been identified, you’ll then be able to either control them if they are unavoidable or eliminate them altogether.



CONFINED SPACE SUPERVISOR

The Confined Space Supervisor course ensures that employers will provide training so that all employees whose work is regulated by this standard acquire the understanding, knowledge, and skills necessary for the safe performance of the duties assigned under this standard.
The entry supervisor’s role to oversee the operation is of key importance and is by no means an easy task. Their duties put the lives of the team members in their hands, and their decisions and level of responsibility dictate the outcome of the operation.
Many workplaces have confined spaces that increase workers exposure to dangers and physical harm. To properly and successfully perform an operation in a confined space, it is important that each member of a confined space entry team knows their duties and responsibilities. Effective communication between team members can also be the difference between an operation without incident and one gone wrong.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

The Chemical Safety Program incorporates the entire lifecycle of the chemical beginning with purchasing and ending with disposal. The aim is to ensure chemicals are used and handled properly to prevent injury, illness, disease, fire, explosions or property damage.

The physical and biological effects of chemicals must be considered before implementing any chemical safety measures. The Chemical Safety Program incorporates the entire lifecycle of the chemical beginning with purchasing and ending with disposal.
Chemical safety is an evolving discipline; the full human health effects of many substances or combinations of substances are not fully understood.

The safe use of chemicals has a variety of components, including scientific knowledge of potential hazardous effects, technical knowledge of safe-handling and use procedures, and effective communication of the chemical identity and safety profile of all substances.



ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Electrical accidents can cause burns, shocks and electrocution, and without the proper electrical safety can lead to fatal accidents in a worst case scenario.

Electricity is everywhere, so reliable and useful these days that it is often taken for granted, and it is somewhat shocking how little is actually understood about its properties by the general public, another reason why electrical safety training is important. How fatal electrical accidents typically occur in the high-risk workforce, is when an aerial lift or boom, or scaffolding set up, results in the unexpected connection with a power line, creating a circuit.

Electrical safety training is important and often required workplace safety training. Electrical safety training does not make you or your employees a licensed electrician. Rather it teaches you limitations as an unlicensed person and how to identify unsafe conditions so you don’t become a statistic.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

To carry out a systematic, critical appraisal of all potential Fire hazards involving personnel, premises, services & operation method. To ensure that occupational Safety & Health System fully satisfy the legal requirements and those of company's written safety policies, objectives & progress.

When reviewing compliance it is important to evaluate how the company handles conformance to the prescribed codes or standards, record keeping and training of employees. When assessing safety, the objective is to identify unsafe work conditions, rather than unsafe acts or behaviours.

Fire can occur irrespective of time and place. Being unexpected always, it can occur at your house, office premises, hospitals, theaters, malls or other public places. To avoid such disaster which can bring any business to a pause, proper fire safety practices should be observed.

The most effective tool for determining fire safety standards at any facility is fire safety audit. Safety audits are carried out so that it can be identified and required steps for improvement can be taken. Periodic fire safety audits thus help in preventing loss of property and human lives to a great extent.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Safely managing the chemicals in your workplace is good for business and it is good for everyone. It will improve your employees’ safety and health. It will potentially introduce cost savings, through more effective work practices such as correct storage, handling, use and disposal procedures. Potential harm to the environment will also be reduced. This chemical safety guide is intended for small businesses. In particular, it provides guidance for completing your chemical risk assessment.
Chemicals are present in every workplace. Even in the cleanest, most modern office, employees may be routinely exposed to inks, toners and adhesives not to mention a wide range of chemicals used in cleaning and maintenance.
Chemicals may also have physical chemical hazards, e.g. flammable, explosive or have additional hazards if they are mixed or stored with incompatible chemicals. Chemicals can also have an adverse effect on the environment if they are used, stored or disposed of incorrectly.
Remember, if you are in control of your workplace or have specific responsibilities for managing safety, then you need to ensure that you are controlling all hazards, in whatever form that chemical may exist in the workplace.
A combination of controls is often necessary. Routine checks, regular maintenance and appropriate supervision are necessary for the effectiveness of controls to be demonstrated and sustained.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING

Work at height means work in any place where, if precautions were not taken, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury.
The hazards and factors affecting the risk from working at height include vertical distance of a fall, fragile roofs, roof lights, voids, sloping roofs, deteriorating materials, unprotected edges, unstable or poorly maintained access equipment and adverse weather conditions.

There are certain activities involving working at height that present an obvious hazard. These include work from ladders, scaffolds and platforms. If a worker falls from a height of two or more meters, they are likely to sustain a serious injury, permanent disability or die.

You must make sure work is properly planned, supervised and carried out by competent people with the skills, knowledge and experience to do the job. You must use the right type of equipment for working at height.



FIRE SAFETY AUDITS

The fire safety audit is an examination of the buildings / structures and relevant documents to ascertain how the buildings are being managed regarding fire safety.

A Fire Safety Audit is the most effective tool for assessing the fire safety standards of your facility. It helps the owners to identify areas where improvement can be made and develop an action plan, in addition to emergency preparedness and mock drills. We also focused for fire safety survey and Inspection.

A fire safety audit is a thorough inspection of non residential premises, along with relevant documentation, to make sure that it is being properly managed with regards to fire safety. It will be carried out by a fire safety inspector, though official titles can sometimes vary. An audit can also involve interviews with your staff to check that they are aware of proper fire safety procedures.



CONFINED SPACE SUPERVISOR

Our Confined Space Entry Supervisor training course has been developed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained to safely manage work in confined spaces. This training program is suitable for personnel who are required to plan and supervise confined space operations. Including those personnel who are required to prepare Safe Work Permits for Hazard Assessment, Methods of Work,Rescue Plans and Confined Space Entry Codes of Practice.

To manage the risks associated with working in confined spaces, employers must develop and implement a confined space hazard assessment and control program. A confined space hazard assessment and control program, specific for the work being conducted, should be written for work in each and every confined space.

Anyone working in a confined space must be constantly alert for any changing conditions within the confined space. In the event of an alarm from monitoring equipment or any other indication of danger, workers should immediately leave the confined space.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Providing immediate and effective first aid to workers or others who have been injured or become ill at work may reduce the severity of the injury or illness and promote recovery. In some instances this could mean the difference between life and death. The risk can be considered low or high depending on the workplace. A low risk workplace is one where workers are not exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness. A high-risk workplace refers to a workplace where workers are exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness and would require first aid. Prevention is always better than a cure! At the heart of an effective preventative system is compliance with work health and safety obligations and stopping hazards entering the work place. Information should be provided on developing hazard specific policies and procedures, health and safety in design, safety data analysis. The provision of prompt and appropriate first aid can reduce the severity of an injury or illness and in extreme cases, could mean the difference between life and death.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

The Fire Safety Training Course is designed to raise awareness of fire hazards in the workplace and how to act safely in the event of an emergency fire situation, including selecting and using the correct fire extinguisher. The course is also designed to train staff in your fire safety procedures.

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out.

Not only will it help keep your workers safe, but it will also help prevent fires. Fire safety training is important because it gives your employees the valuable knowledge and skills they need to prevent fires and get out of burning buildings.



FIRST AID SAFETY

Employers are required to provide an adequate and appropriate number of suitable persons to render first-aid to ill or injured employees. Suitable persons are defined as those who hold a current first-aid certificate issued under a training course approved by the HSE.
In circumstances where the 'suitable person' is absent it is permissible for the employer to appoint a person to take charge of any situation where an ill or injured person requires medical attention and to care for the first-aid facilities and equipment. Such a person should not render first-aid but should be responsible for calling medical assistance. Such 'appointed persons' may not be considered as a full time alternative to a trained and qualified first-aider.

First aid helps ensure that the right methods of administering medical assistance are provided. Knowing how to help a person is just as important in emergency situations. It only takes six minutes for the human brain to expire due to lack of oxygen.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Chemical hazards and toxic substances pose a wide range of health hazards (such as irritation, sensitization, and carcinogenicity) and physical hazards (such as flammability, corrosion, and explicability).

Use only the smallest amount necessary to do the job. Prevent the release of toxic vapours, dusts, mists or gases into the workplace air. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment if necessary to avoid exposure (eye, respiratory or skin) or contact with contaminated equipment/surfaces.

Chemicals, including hazardous chemicals, are used in a wide variety of operations and activities at Carnegie Mellon. Health and physical hazards pose potential risks in many of the chemicals used daily. The Chemical Safety program helps to address proper use, handling, and storage of these materials. These activities are essential to a safe working environment.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY COURSE IN MUMBAI

The most prevalent cause of workplace injuries is misusing tools and machinery. Only use equipment for its intended purpose and make sure you use it properly. Furthermore, regularly cleaning and inspecting equipment lessens the likelihood of a fire, explosion, or other injuries. For instance, dust can cause an explosion if it catches on fire. To prevent dust accumulation, use industrial vacuums to clean machines where dust gathers.No matter what type of manufacturing jobs your career involves, safety is vital. These safety topics are a good starting point when considering safety in the workplace.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

First aid and CPR training also has practical benefits, including all employees become more safety aware, helping bring down the number of accidents. First aid and CPR saves lives, particularly where there are grave injuries and it is critical that immediate action is taken. It can save lives and prevent minor injuries becoming major ones.

First aid training helps employees learn to be more conscious of safety in the workplace, leading to a reduced number of accidents and injuries. Minimizing risk to workers and decreasing workplace incidents is a benefit to everyone, but for employers it has implications within all aspects of business operations.

Basic principles of first aid include safe response to emergencies for the benefit of casualties, bystanders and rescuers. Securing the emergency site to reduce further harm to the casualty. Using appropriate first aid procedures and techniques.



CONFINED SPACE SUPERVISOR

The Confined Space Supervisor course ensures that employers will provide training so that all employees whose work is regulated by this standard acquire the understanding, knowledge, and skills necessary for the safe performance of the duties assigned under this standard.

Many workplaces have confined spaces that increase workers’ exposure to dangers and physical harm. To properly and successfully perform an operation in a confined space, it is important that each member of a confined space entry team knows their duties and responsibilities. Effective communication between team members can also be the difference between an operation without incident and one gone wrong.

The entry supervisor’s role to oversee the operation is of key importance and is by no means an easy task. Their duties put the lives of the team members in their hands, and their decisions and level of responsibility dictate the outcome of the operation. Ensuring a safe and successful operation, and in case of emergencies, effective rescue, requires proper oversight, preparation and effective communication.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A fire safety audit is a thorough inspection of non residential premises, along with relevant documentation, to make sure that it is being properly managed with regards to fire safety. It will be carried out by a fire safety inspector, though official titles can sometimes vary. An audit can also involve interviews with your staff to check that they are aware of proper fire safety procedures.

Fire Safety Audit is a set of practices, intended to reduce the destruction caused by Fire. Fire safety audit includes complete planning of fire safety measured during construction of a building. Fire safety audit can be done after construction of the building. It prevents a building from all kind of fire hazards. This the most important in day to day life because you cant afford the risk of lives who are working your organization or living in your society.



Manual Handling

Physical hazards include a variety of manual tasks that you do in your everyday activities. Some work practices involving lifting, sustaining postures, and using repetitive movements may increase your risk.

In order to prevent and or reduce the risk of injury from incorrect manual handling, we advise a risk assessment is carried out for manual handling tasks which regularly occur, particularly for those which involve the lifting of heavy loads.
Manual handling occurs in almost all working environments, though workers in construction, agriculture, hotels and restaurants are most likely to be exposed to heavy loads. Manual handling of loads may cause cumulative disorders due to gradual and cumulative deterioration of the musculoskeletal system through continuous lifting / handling activities, e.g. low back pain. It can also cause acute trauma such as cuts or fractures due to accidents.

Employers are required to assess the health and safety risks resulting from working tasks and activities, and including manual handling. A risk assessment is a careful examination of what in the work could cause harm to people. It can then be decided whether sufficient precautions have been taken, or whether it is necessary to do more to prevent harm. The challenge is to eliminate, or at least reduce, the potential for accidents, injury or ill health that arise from working activities and tasks.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Chemical hygiene plans are written documents that outline the hazards present in a laboratory and explain the processes, protocols, tools, and equipment that are available to help workers guard against those hazards. Like many safety plans, chemical hygiene plans are living documents that need to be reviewed and updated often.

Keeping floors clean and dry will help prevent slip and fall injuries the third-leading cause of worker injury and lost work time. Stocking absorbent mat pads and wipers in spill-prone locations helps employees clean up spills quickly, so the chance of a slip-and-fall incident is reduced and exposure is minimized. Providing a proper receptacle for spent cleanup materials also helps to minimize exposure.

Cleaning work surfaces throughout the day keeps work spaces uncluttered, decreasing the likelihood of reactions and spills due to counter space being overcrowded. Likewise, storing excess chemicals on countertops should be discouraged so workers will have adequate space to perform their duties properly.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Employers are required to provide an adequate and appropriate number of suitable persons to render first-aid to ill or injured employees. Suitable persons are defined as those who hold a current first-aid certificate issued under a training course approved by the HSE. In circumstances where the 'suitable person' is absent it is permissible for the employer to appoint a person to take charge of any situation where an ill or injured person requires medical attention and to care for the first-aid facilities and equipment.

First aid equipment includes first aid kits and other equipment used to treat injuries and illnesses. Low risk workplace means a workplace where workers are not exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness such as offices, shops or libraries.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING

Food is essential to life; hence food safety is a basic human right. Billons of people in the world are at risk of unsafe food. Many millions become sick while hundreds of thousand die yearly. The food chain starts from farm to fork/plate while challenges include microbial, chemical, personal and environmental hygiene. Historically, documented human tragedies and economic disasters due to consuming contaminated food occurred as a result of intentional or unintentional personal conduct and governmental failure to safeguard food quality and safety. While earlier incidents were mainly chemical contaminants, more recent outbreaks have been due to microbial agents.

As the standard of living improves, concerns over food safety and potential contaminants will continue to be an important health issue. Consumers demand quality and safety of products they consume because food as energy and nutrient is necessary to sustain life. A safe food supply is important because of significant disease burden as well as economic burden to the society and nation. From economic perspective, access to sufficient amounts of safe and nutritious food is crucial to sustaining life, promoting good health and economic growth.

In summary, food safety and nutrition are closely connected. Unsafe food creates a vicious cycle of disease and malnutrition affecting infants, young children, elderly and the sick.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Whether the workplace is an office or a construction site, it has two common traits valuable employees who may be injured or become ill and the need to protect them with adequate first aid procedures.

It makes good business sense to provide first aid and appropriate training to all your employees. By making such a minimal investment in keeping your employees safe and well-trained, you could net big returns, along with a competitive advantage. Moreover, it's the law. While safety always begins with prevention, not every work-related injury can be prevented. Your primary first aid training goal should be to give employees the necessary tools and information they need to care for an ill or injured person, if necessary, until advanced help arrives.

Employees must be aware of emergency contact information. It is best to post emergency procedures and emergency office contact numbers with your first aid supplies or in another highly visible and accessible area. Make sure that your field personnel also have suitable supplies and office contact numbers readily available. Appoint an employee in each department to watch for hazards and evaluate its current first aid status. Set a deadline to report any hazards or first aid needs to a manager or supervisor for improvement or correction.

Keeping the workplace safe involves three basic elements: steps to prevent or minimize accidents, adequate first aid supplies and proper first aid training. The employer uses training to make sure its employees know what to do, how to do it and who is in charge in case a first aid or emergency situation occurs.





Fires are a preventable catastrophe that can cause hundreds of thousands of dollars damage, loss of production, loss of jobs and loss of lives. When harnessed properly, fire can be one of our greatest allies in the workplace, a more than useful partner of industry. When it’s uncontrolled however, it can become our worst and most feared enemy. Thus, everyone has a vested interest in the prevention of fires in the workplace. Familiarisation is super important. Since a fire can become out of control within a few seconds, there’s no use in having a ‘rough idea’ of what should happen. So you should be very clear on your organisation’s evacuation procedures and fire fighting steps right away… you won’t have time during a fire to start reading instructions! In the event of an emergency, it is important that you remain calm, assess the situation, raise the alarm, call the fire brigade, assist anybody in immediate danger (only if it is safe to do so), and then evacuate the area. Finally, if you are attempting to extinguish a fire, always keep a clear line of escape – nothing is worth the cost of a human life.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

First aid is generally performed by someone with basic medical training. First aid is the first and immediate assistance given to any person suffering a serious illness or injury, with care provided to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, or to promote recovery.

The good health and resulting productivity of employees is one area that is often overlooked as a means of improving a company's profitability. Whether employees work in a high-hazard or low-hazard environment, they face a variety of risks. Shock, bleeding, poisonings, burns, temperature extremes, musculoskeletal injuries, bites and stings, medical emergencies and distressed employees in confined spaces are just a sampling of the first aid emergencies which might be encountered in your business. These risks are compounded when employees don't feel well. Their lack of concentration can result in costly injuries.

Keeping the workplace safe involves three basic elements steps to prevent or minimize accidents, adequate first aid supplies and proper first aid training. The employer uses training to make sure its employees know what to do, how to do it and who is in charge in case a first aid or emergency situation occurs. Proper first aid training not only satisfies all requirements, but fosters good will among employees, who recognize the care that their company expends to provide a safe and healthy environment for its most valuable asset its employees.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fire safety training is important because it gives your employees the valuable knowledge and skills they need to prevent fires and get out of burning buildings.

All companies should have a fire evacuation plan and make sure all employees are familiar with the plan. Make sure your employees know where the emergency exits are so that they can safely evacuate the building in the event of a fire. For workplaces where the threat of fire is significant, we highly recommend training employees to learn how to take action when they detect the warning signs of a fire.

Fires affect thousands of companies each year resulting in injury, lost customer trust and building damage. By establishing a fire prevention and preparedness program, you can help avoid injuries to your employees and visitors, costly damages, and potential fines to your business.

The goal of fire prevention is to educate the public to take precautions to prevent potentially harmful fires, and be educated about surviving them. It is a proactive method of reducing emergencies and the damage caused by them.



HABC Level 4 Award in Food Safety in Catering

The law requires that all food handlers need to be trained according to their food handling work activities. Should an employee achieve a Highfield food safety qualification, which is suitable for the work they do, it will assist food business operators in proving that they have displayed due diligence and are therefore compliant in the eyes of the law.

On obtaining a Highfield food safety qualification, employees who handle food will gain a firm grasp of the importance of food hygiene and knowledge of the systems, techniques and procedures involved. Furthermore, those individuals that have successfully completed a food hygiene course will have the confidence and expertise to deliver quality food safely to customers.

Highfield's food safety qualifications are intended for anyone working in catering, hospitality or manufacturing settings where food hygiene is essential as food is prep
ared, cooked, served or produced. Typical environments may include pubs, hotels, restaurants, retail, factories, contract catering, fast-food outlets, hospitals, care and nursing homes, schools, prisons and the armed forces.


Quaterly SHE Audit

The goal of a health and safety audit is to assist in the continuous improvement of your company’s OHS procedures. The audit should:
• Identify the risks and the levels of those risks within the workplace
• Identify strengths and weaknesses in your safety procedures;
• Assess whether your safety procedures are legally compliant;
• Compare current documentation and practices against best practice and
legal obligations;
• Recommend improvements in your safety procedures;
• Ensure that there adequate resources available to manage OHS; and
• Ensure that the resources devoted to health and safety are being
utilised effectively.
A comprehensive OHS program is required to help ensure compliance with associated regulations. This program must address the minimum legal requirements
Senior executives, managers and supervisors share specific OHS responsibilities which they are expected to carry out. These tasks help ensure the safety of staff, visitors and contractors in their area of responsibility. Management (the Employer) is supported by the OHS committees and Health and Safety Representatives, who also have health and safety monitoring and oversight responsibilities.

Audit Objective and Scope

The objective of safety audit is to provide assurance that the existing management control framework ensures compliance with applicable occupational health and safety laws, regulations, and policies.
The scope of the audit included control activities in support of the key OHS legal requirements, including:
• OHS Committees and Health and Safety Representatives;
• Training and Awareness; and,
• Incident Reporting.

Summary of Findings
Overall, employees of a firm operate in office environments which represent a lower risk with minimal hazards as compared to other Departments who deal with such issues as heavy machinery or chemicals. The audit identifies a number of good practices such as developed health and safety policies and procedures, established OHS committees and regional representatives and mandatory health and safety training.
The existing management control framework could be improved to ensure minimum legal requirements are met. Key legislative requirements such as frequency of OHS committee meetings and work place inspections were not fully being adhered to. Improved monitoring and reporting activities as well as augmented health and safety awareness initiatives would enable greater compliance to minimum legal requirements.

Health and Safety Committees and Monitoring Activities:
Effective monitoring processes, assessment of results, and corrective measures help ensure minimum legislative requirements are being met. Audit testing reveals monitoring procedures were lacking in some key areas including frequency of committee meetings, training participation rates and completion of work place inspections.

Work Place Inspections:
Health and Safety Representatives and/or OHS Committees are required by legislation to inspect each month, all or part of the work place.

OHS Training Programs:
Occupational Health and Safety training is offered to all employees.
Training should cover the roles and responsibilities of the employees, employer, manager or supervisor, and OHS committees and representatives. It should also discuss “Due Care & Diligence” for communicating accountabilities of all parties involved.

Incident Reporting:
Incident reporting procedures should be in place and a listing of OHS incidents are to be maintained.




Fire Audit

A ‘Fire Safety Audit’ is essentially an inspection of a non-residential premises to ascertain how it is being managed with regards to fire safety. Usually pre-arranged, an audit will include an inspection of relevant documentation and can also involve speaking to staff members to learn their level of fire safety awareness.
In the eyes of the law, ‘responsible persons’ for a building (such as owners, employers and managers) have a responsibility to ensure that fire safety regulations are upheld. Failing to adequately comply with fire safety laws can land a business owner in hot water, earning them large fines or even time in prison.
When it comes to fire safety, preparation is far more valuable than damage control. If you are unsure about how safe your property is, it can be a good idea to book a fire risk assessment with a local fire safety consultant. In addition to identifying potential dangers, they will also be able to recommend changes to the property to help protect it in the event of fire, such as sprinkler system or fire door installation.

What can I expect from a fire safety audit?
A fire safety audit is a thorough inspection of a non residential premises, along with relevant documentation, to make sure that it is being properly managed with regards to fire safety. It will be carried out by a fire safety inspector, though official titles can sometimes vary. An audit can also involve interviews with your staff to check that they are aware of proper fire safety procedures.
One of the most important parts of the audit will involve reading through all relevant documentation regarding fire safety, how it is managed and how staff are kept aware of it.
The necessary documentation can include:
• A fire risk assessment
• Records of fire drills and staff fire safety training
• List of dangerous substances in the premises
• Proof that fire prevention systems (alarms, sprinklers etc.) have been adequately tested
• Document detailing protocol for evacuation in the event of a fire
What documentation is required during a fire safety audit can vary from place to place. This is just another reason to prepare well in advance by looking up local fire safety laws and following them to the letter.
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What happens after a fire safety audit?
What happens after your fire safety audit has taken place will depend on how well you scored. When an inspector finds a breach of fire safety law, it is up to them to decide how to respond, based on the size of the breach or how much needs to be done in order to comply with regulations.
If the breach is minor, the inspector may choose a more informal approach. In this case they can let the responsible person know what they did wrong and what must be done to fix things.
However, if the breach is serious then inspector can issue an enforcement notice. In addition to highlighting the fault and what must be done to fix it, the notice will also set a strict deadline for when the work must be completed. However, the deadline will also provide enough time for the responsible person to make an appeal to the magistrates court if they so wish.
If the inspector feels as though the premises poses an immediate danger, they can use emergency powers to restrict its use until adequate changes have been made. If the responsible person has failed to adequately comply with fire safety law, the inspector can also initiate a prosecution.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. A fire in the workplace can also mean the termination of jobs, as many of the offices and factories destroyed by fire in Canada are never rebuilt. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training.
With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes.
Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site.Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs.



CONFINED SPACE SAFETY TRAINING

Many workplaces contain areas that are considered "confined spaces" because while they are not necessarily designed for people, they are large enough for workers to enter and perform certain jobs. A confined space also has limited or restricted means for entry or exit and is not designed for continuous occupancy.

Working in a confined space is dangerous because of the risks from noxious fumes, reduced oxygen levels, or a risk of fire. Other dangers may include flooding/drowning or asphyxiation from some other source such as dust, grain or other contaminant.
Wherever possible, you should avoid carrying out tasks in confined spaces. Where this is not possible, you must assess the risks of the particular confined space and plan how you will control those risks.

Where possible, avoid entry to confined spaces. Establish if the work is really necessary or if it can be done in another way that avoids the need to enter.If entry to a confined space is unavoidable then you must follow a safe system of work. Have emergency procedures in place before work starts. The results of your risk assessment will help you identify the risks and necessary precautions.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. A fire in the workplace can also mean the termination of jobs, as many of the offices and factories destroyed by fire in Canada are never rebuilt. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training.

With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes.
Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site. Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs.

A fire safety risk assessment is the first step in identifying fire hazards. It also identifies the people at risk, state of emergency preparedness, and effectiveness of controls in the workplace. With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers.

It’s important that everyone in the workplace is prepared for a fire. Workers need to know what to do in case a fire occurs and how to work together to effectively stop the advance.

Everyone is responsible for preventing fires in the workplace employers and employees alike.

In addition to possible injury and loss of life, a serious fire can close down a workplace resulting in significant job losses. It is possible to reduce the threat of fire to people and property by teaching everyone to work together to prevent fires with comprehensive fire safety training.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING

A food safety hazard refers to any agent with the potential to cause adverse health consequences for consumers. Food safety hazards occur when food is exposed to hazardous agents which result in contamination of that food. Food hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, allergenic, nutritional and/or biotechnology-related.

Hazards may be introduced into the food supply any time during harvesting, formulation and processing, packaging and labelling, transportation, storage, preparation, and serving.

It is important for people to understand how their behaviour and activities contribute to the safety of food and how they can decrease the risk of food borne illness. From processes on the farm to practices in the kitchen, human activities play an important role in food safety.

In case of an electrical outage, take precautions to ensure your food is safe. The risk of food poisoning is heightened when refrigerators and ovens are inoperable. Discard any food that has been at room temperature for two hours or more, and any food that has an unusual odor, colour or texture.


FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A fire safety audit is a thorough inspection of a non residential premise, along with relevant documentation, to make sure that it is being properly managed with regards to fire safety. It will be carried out by a fire safety inspector, though official titles can sometimes vary. An audit can also involve interviews with your staff to check that they are aware of proper fire safety procedures.

One of the most important parts of the audit will involve reading through all relevant documentation regarding fire safety, how it is managed and how staff is kept aware of it.

A ‘Fire Safety Audit’ is essentially an inspection of non-residential premises to ascertain how it is being managed with regards to fire safety. Usually pre-arranged, an audit will include an inspection of relevant documentation and can also involve speaking to staff members to learn their level of fire safety awareness.

In the eyes of the law, ‘responsible persons’ for a building (such as owners, employers and managers) have a responsibility to ensure that fire safety regulations are upheld. Failing to adequately comply with fire safety laws can land a business owner in hot water, earning those large fines or even time in prison.


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FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

First aid is vital for saving lives. A person can carry out first aid after a life-threatening incident or injury before the arrival of emergency services.

First aid is an emergency measure, generally consisting of simple, often life-saving techniques that most people can train to perform with minimal equipment and no previous medical experience. At any moment, you or someone around you could experience an injury or illness. Using basic first aid, you may be able to stop a minor mishap from getting worse. In the case of a serious medical emergency, you may even save a life.

When you provide basic medical care to someone experiencing a sudden injury or illness, it’s known as first aid. In some cases, first aid consists of the initial support provided to someone in the middle of a medical emergency. This support might help them survive until professional help arrives.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING

Food safety is used as a scientific discipline describing handle, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food-borne illness. The occurrence of two or more cases of a similar illnesses resulting from the ingestion of a common food is known as a food-borne disease outbreak. This includes a number of routines that should be followed to avoid potential health hazards.
Proper storage, sanitary tools and work spaces, heating and cooling properly and to adequate temperatures, and avoiding contact with other uncooked foods can greatly reduce the chances of contamination.
Food borne illnesses or Food poisoning occurs when food spoilage takes place. This can be caused by contaminated food, pathogenic bacteria’s, viruses or parasites that contaminate food items. Ensure that your team has had the necessary training on your operation and access to the food safety policy. Also make sure they have an accredited food safety training to a level suitable to their role and responsibility.



ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING

This program is intended as an overview of basic electrical safety for individuals with limited electrical training who as a part of their work, may be potentially exposed to electrical hazards.

This passage of electricity can cause great pain, burns, and even fatalities. To protect workers, you should properly educate them and ensure that your work environment is safe and free of electrical hazards. No one could overstate the importance of Electrical Safety knowledge. It is imperative to know how to work safely with or within the vicinity of electricity because electrical current in regular businesses and homes have enough power that if exposed to, can be fatal.

The main hazards with electricity are: contact with live parts causing shock and burns faults which could cause fires; fire or explosion where electricity could be the source of ignition in a potentially flammable or explosive atmosphere, e.g. in a spray paint booth.
Protect the air and prevent climate change. Perhaps the most notable way that reducing energy helps the environment is by decreasing power plant emissions. To generate electricity, most power plants burn coal, crude oil or other fossil fuels.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fire safety is the set of practices intended to reduce the destruction caused by fire. Fire safety measures include those that are intended to prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and those that are used to limit the development and effects of a fire after it starts.

Fires affect thousands of companies each year resulting in injury, lost customer trust and building damage. By establishing a fire prevention and preparedness program, you can help avoid injuries to your employees and visitors, costly damages, and potential fines to your business. Fire safety training is important because it gives your employees the valuable knowledge and skills they need to prevent fires and get out of burning buildings.

Negligence and indifference are major causes of fire occurrences. The occurrence of fire will result, in some severe circumstances, in fatalities, bodily injuries, business and/or financial losses, job losses, environmental damages and asset ruins. Hence, fire is not something trivial that any responsible human should neglect.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING

WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING
The hazards and factors affecting the risk from working at height include vertical distance of a fall, fragile roofs, roof lights, voids, sloping roofs, deteriorating materials, unprotected edges, unstable or poorly maintained access equipment and adverse weather conditions.
Work at height means work in any place where, if precautions were not taken, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury. You are working at height if you work above ground/floor level. Could fall from an edge, through an opening or fragile surface.
The hazards and factors affecting the risk from working at height include vertical distance of a fall, fragile roofs, roof lights, voids, sloping roofs, deteriorating materials, unprotected edges, unstable or poorly maintained access equipment and adverse weather conditions.
It is vital that whatever equipment is selected for working at height, it is assembled and installed in line with manufacturers’ instructions. Equipment should also be inspected regularly for signs of deterioration.



CONFINED SPACE SAFETY TRAINING

A confined space is a space with limited entry and egress and not suitable for human inhabitants. An example is the interior of a storage tank, occasionally entered by maintenance workers but not intended for human occupancy.

Many workplaces contain areas that are considered "confined spaces" because while they are not necessarily designed for people, they are large enough for workers to enter and perform certain jobs. A confined space also has limited or restricted means for entry or exit and is not designed for continuous occupancy. Confined spaces include, but are not limited to, tanks, vessels, silos, storage bins, hoppers, vaults, pits, manholes, tunnels, equipment housings, ductwork, pipelines, etc.
Where possible, avoid entry to confined spaces. Establish if the work is really necessary or if it can be done in another way that avoids the need to enter. If entry to a confined space is unavoidable then you must follow a safe system of work. Have emergency procedures in place before work starts.

The results of your risk assessment will help you identify the risks and necessary precautions. Training is critical in all work with confined spaces. Ensure that all employees are given suitable and appropriate training to carry out the workplace task. This will include emergency procedures and if required training in the use of breathing apparatus.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING

Food safety hazards exist in various forms. They can occur at any time during the production process. The causes of these hazards are microbiological, chemical or physical in nature and are a threat to the health of consumers.

A food safety hazard refers to any agent with the potential to cause adverse health consequences for consumers. Food safety hazards occur when food is exposed to hazardous agents which result in contamination of that food. Food hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, allergenic, nutritional and/or biotechnology-related. Hazards may be introduced into the food supply any time during harvesting, formulation and processing, packaging and labelling, transportation, storage, preparation, and serving.

Engaging in proper hand washing practices is one of the most effective ways to prevent bacterial and viral contamination and to even save lives. Hand washing must be done before and after preparing foods and after using the restroom, eating, smoking, or handling garbage.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

A chemical hazard is simply the risks involved with using a chemical. So in the workplace chemical hazards can be; Health hazards where workers and other personnel are exposed to hazardous chemicals through inhalation, absorption through the skin, or ingestion and swallowing.

Safely managing the chemicals in your workplace is good for business and it is good for everyone. It will improve your employees’ safety and health. It will potentially introduce cost savings, through more effective work practices such as correct storage, handling, use and disposal procedures. Potential harm to the environment will also be reduced.
Chemicals may also have physical chemical hazards, e.g. flammable, explosive or have additional hazards if they are mixed or stored with incompatible chemicals. Chemicals can also have an adverse effect on the environment if they are used, stored or disposed of incorrectly.

It is important that you and your employees know what to do in case of an accident, incident or emergency involving chemicals. This may include your evacuation procedure or what to do in case of accidental exposure to the chemical. Relevant training for possible emergencies will significantly improve preparedness and help reduce the effects of such an emergency should one occurs.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING

Food safety refers to the conditions and practices that preserve the quality of food to prevent contamination and food-borne illnesses. The Food Safety and Inspection Service educates consumers about the importance of safe food handling and how to reduce the risks associated with food borne illness.

Food safety is important as it helps to protect consumer from the risk of food borne illnesses. It also helps to prevent consumers from risks of health related conditions such as allergy and even death.
A food safety program is a proven system for managing food safety. If developed and followed properly, a food safety program will help ensure the food you sell is safe. A food safety program can also help to manage your business better through improved record keeping and cost control.

In case of an electrical outage, take precautions to ensure your food is safe. The risk of food poisoning is heightened when refrigerators and ovens are inoperable. Discard any food that has been at room temperature for two hours or more, and any food that has an unusual odor, colour or texture.

Food safety law requires businesses to provide food handlers with an understanding of food safety. This enables them to minimise contamination when handling food products and help their establishment uphold a suitable safety system. An effective way to communicate this information is through food hygiene training, which teaches food handlers how to apply proper handling, storage, and cleaning techniques.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes. Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site.
Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs. With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Chemical safety is the practice of handling chemicals in a safe manner, minimizing the hazard to public and personal health. Establishing and maintaining a sound chemical safety policy not only saves human lives and protects the environment but also avoids fines and penalties. The physical and biological effects of chemicals must be considered before implementing any chemical safety measures.

Safety glasses are to be worn whenever working with acids, bases, or any flammable materials. Use plastic gloves when handling any hazardous materials to prevent skin contact. Label and date all chemical mixtures that are made up and kept for future us.

Exposure to chemicals in the workplace can cause acute or long-term detrimental health effects. There are many types of hazardous chemicals, including neurotoxins, immune agents, dermatologic agents, carcinogens, reproductive toxins, systemic toxins, asthma gens, pneumoconiosis agents, and sensitizers. Some wastes contain chemicals that are hazardous to people and the environment. The different ways a person can come into contact with hazardous chemicals are called exposure pathways. There are three basic exposure pathways: inhalation, ingestion, and skin contact. Inhalation is breathing or inhaling into the lungs.

Industrial safety is important as it safeguards human life, especially in high risk areas such as nuclear, aircraft, chemical, oil and gases, and mining industries, where a fatal mistake can be catastrophic. Maintaining a safe and healthy working environment is not only an important human resources issue, it's the law.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Potential work-related injuries and illnesses requiring first aid would be minor in nature. A high-risk workplace refers to a workplace where workers are exposed to hazards that could result in serious injury or illness and would require first aid, for example factories or motor vehicle workshops. Every workplace has a legal responsibility for ensuring adequate first aid provisions.

Additionally, you must possess an adequate number of people who are trained to administer first aid. In addition to first aid kits, it is important to consider if any other first aid equipment is necessary to treat injuries and illness that could occur in the workplace. Having qualified first aiders in your workplace is vital.

In order to be recognised as a first aider, the person needs to complete either a nationally accredited training course, or an equivalent training course that has given them the capabilities required to administer first aid.

Moreover, a first aid room is recommended for high-risk workplaces of more than 100 workers and low-risk workplaces of more than 200 workers. Also, a risk assessment may find it necessary to provide a dedicated first aid treatment area in a smaller workplace.



LIFTING SUPERVISOR SAFETY TRAINING

A rigging plan is developed every time a heavy load is being lifted. The basic idea behind a rigging plan is to have control and establish safety precautions. It is an important planning process that will identify all hazardous situations that might be encountered during lifting.

The safe execution of lifting activities is a multi-party effort. The role of the lifting team, which comprises the lifting supervisor, crane operator, rigger and signalman, is crucial to ensure safe lifting activities at workplaces.
Lifting, handling, or carrying objects at work can result in musculoskeletal injuries , including sprains and strains and other injuries. The risk of injury increases when bending, twisting, heavy loads, and awkward postures are involved. Do not attempt to lift by bending forward.

Having a well-trained lift team can help mitigate, and possibly eliminate, some of the risks associated with using cranes. A safe lift depends on a number of people filling roles including operators, riggers, signal persons, crane owners, crane users, lift directors and site supervisors, and the communication between those people.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING

The hazards and factors affecting the risk from working at height include vertical distance of a fall, fragile roofs, roof lights, voids, sloping roofs, deteriorating materials, unprotected edges, unstable or poorly maintained access equipment and adverse weather conditions.

Work at height” means work in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury (for example a fall through a fragile roof.

Working in a place where a person could be injured by falling from it, even if it is at or below ground level. Working at Height Regulations applies to all work at height where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury. The main danger of working at heights is either falling from height or being struck by an object that fell from height. Falls and falling objects can both have fatal consequences. External factors such as wind, heat stress, structural instability and worker factors can also lead to falls and injuries.

A lot of the risks of working at heights can and should be eliminated or reduced before the work even starts. Planning plays an integral role in creating a safe workplace. The three key planning tools for preparing for any work at height include a work plan review, a written falls prevention plan and a risk assessment.



CONFINED SPACE SAFETY TRAINING

Many workers are injured and killed each year while working in confined spaces. An estimated 60% of the fatalities have been among the would-be rescuers. A confined space can be more hazardous than regular workspaces for many reasons. To effectively control the risks associated with working in a confined space, a confined space hazard assessment and control program should be implemented for your workplace.

If the confined space cannot be made safe for the worker by taking precautions then workers should NOT enter the confined space until it is made safe to enter by additional means. All confined spaces should be considered hazardous unless a competent person has determined otherwise through a risk assessment.

All hazards found in a regular workspace can also be found in a confined space. However, they can be even more hazardous in a confined space than in a regular worksite. Many factors need to be evaluated when looking for hazards in a confined space. There is smaller margin for error. An error in identifying or evaluating potential hazards can have more serious consequences. In some cases, the conditions in a confined space are always extremely hazardous. In other cases, conditions are life threatening under an unusual combination of circumstances. This variability and unpredictability is why the process of hazard and risk identification and assessment is extremely important and must be taken very seriously each and every time one is done.

The important thing to remember is that each time a worker plans to enter any work space, the worker should determine if that work space is considered a confined space. Be sure the confined space hazard assessment and control program has been followed.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Chemicals present an unusual set of safety concerns and requirements. Chemicals can be unpredictable, are not always in a fixed location and, in some cases, can be incompatible to other chemicals in the immediate work environment. Therefore, chemical safety training must occur early, often, and as close or specific to the actual location and usage scenario as possible.

Employee training is listed last not as a ranked order of importance, but rather a statement to the fact that the other four elements are prerequisites of an effective chemical safety training program. OSHA defines a hazardous chemical as any chemical that poses a physical or health hazard. Physical hazards are chemicals for which there is scientifically valid proof that it is a combustible liquid, a compressed gas, flammable, organic peroxide, an oxidizer, pyrophoric, water reactive, or is otherwise unstable (reactive). Health hazards are chemicals for which there is statistically significant evidence that acute or chronic health effects may occur in exposed employees.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

First Aid can be defined as the emergency treatment of illness or injury in order to maintain life, to ease pain and to prevent deterioration of the patient's condition until professional medical help can be obtained. Assisting an injured person.
Employers and the self-employed need to assess the first aid requirements of their work. Make sure there are enough trained first aiders and facilities to help casualties of illness or injury immediately, and that an ambulance or other professional help can be summoned without delay.
Accidents do not occur casually but because of haste,ignorance, carelessness, old age, forgetfulness and unusual courage, they occur. We can avoid accidents if we are careful and steady. So it is necessary to impart education on safety to the pupils.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A Fire Safety Audit is an examination of your business' premises and relevant documents by fire safety inspectors, to ascertain how your premises are being managed with regards to fire safety.
Rather, the purpose is to measure and improve safety and health performance and reduce risks. Point out that everyone benefits from safety audits because they identify hazards before they cause serious problems, thereby preventing accidents, injuries, and illness.

An audit is a methodical, independent and documented assessment of a business' system and processes, in which it is measured against regulated criteria to make sure health and safety standards are being upheld. Organisations should have a management system in place to ensure safety processes continue to be maintained.

A health and safety audit is a comprehensive check of all objects and processes within the workplace that may present a risk or hazard. Safety audits must be carried out on a regular basis to establish what work has to be done to keep premises without risk or hazard to employees and non-employees.

To ensure employee compliance with the organization's safety programs. A safety self-audit is conducted by an employer to assure the organization that employees are following safety-related policies and procedures.



ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Good safety practice requires that workers take responsibility for their own safety and that of their co-workers. But it's also important that organizations empower them to do so.

When it comes to workplace injury, prevention is invariably the best medicine for workers and employers alike. This maxim is particularly true when it comes to electrical injuries, which oftentimes involve severe physical wounds, emotional trauma for victims as well as co-workers and family members, difficult rehabilitation, and expensive medical treatment. Unfortunately, while electrical injuries are generally on the decline, they are not rare events.

Research into workplace electrical injury clearly indicates that workers often perform work on equipment or circuits that are energized, are not always equipped with appropriate personal protection equipment, and oftentimes haven’t received the right training for the work they perform.

The organizational components of good workplace health and safety practice go above and beyond technical safety requirements. Workers not only need to be knowledgeable about proper electrical safety procedures, but also need to be confident of organizational support in following them in practice.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. A fire in the workplace can also mean the termination of jobs, as many of the offices and factories destroyed by fire are never rebuilt. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training.

With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes.

Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site.

Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs.





First Aid - Course

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where someone around you is in need of immediate medical treatment and you just stood there unable to move or think. This state of utter helplessness at the time of such emergency is because you are unaware of how to react and what to do. If only you were trained properly to give medical treatment during such emergency situations might have saved someone’s life.
A course in First Aid will help you learn to deal with day to day emergency situations. It will not only make you more confident to deal with emergencies you find yourself in, but most importantly in order to be of assistance to others in need and possibly save someone’s life.
Learn about practical solutions to deal with medical emergencies on a day to day basis; like burns, Cuts, Bruises, and Choking. There will be hands on training on CPR Training, in case of heart failure; which is a major reason for sudden death these days.
Don’t let life pass by being a silent bystander. Become that hero, help someone in a time of emergency. Learn first Aid, you never know, your timely correct action could make the difference between life and death for someone.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A fire safety audit is an examination of the premises and relevant documents to ascertain how the premises are being managed with regards to fire safety. Fire safety audit is an effective tool for assessing fire safety standards of an organization or occupancy. Our comprehensive fire safety audit addresses the inherent fire hazards associated with the day to day activities in an occupancy and recommend measures to reduce the potential fire hazards.

Our fire safety inspection helps to ensure that the owners and occupiers of buildings are meeting their responsibilities under the legislation, that buildings are fitted with correct fire safety installations required by the fire safety standard, and that these fire safety installations are maintained in an operational condition. We carry out fire safety inspections in accordance with our own risk based fire safety audit standard.
The fire safety audit is an examination of the buildings / structures and relevant documents to ascertain how the buildings are being managed regarding fire safety.

A Fire Safety Audit is the most effective tool for assessing the fire safety standards of your facility. It helps the owners to identify areas where improvement can be made and develop an action plan, in addition to emergency preparedness and mock drills.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Wide ranges of chemicals are used in research laboratories of the Institute, each with its own inherent hazards. An understanding of the potential hazards and precautions required in handling of chemicals is of outmost importance in preventing exposure to chemicals and mishaps.

The main routes of entry of the chemicals into the human body are Inhalation into lungs, Absorption through skin membrane/cuts in the skin , Ingestion via mouth into the gastrointestinal system. Ensure that the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is obtained with the chemical and is readily available for reference.
In the event of an accidental breakage or seismic activity, incompatible chemicals that are stored in close proximity can mix to start a fire, hazardous fumes or explosions.

Do not work alone in the laboratories particularly when performing hazardous procedures. Do not perform unauthorized experiments. Plan appropriate procedures and the positioning of all equipment before beginning any experiment. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, a laboratory apron or coat, safety glasses and toe covered footwear at all times in the laboratory. Wear suitable gloves when handling chemicals. Inspect all gloves for defects before usage.

Know the location of emergency equipment. Be aware of the hazards posed by the work of others in the laboratory. Make others in the laboratory aware of any specific hazards associated with your work. Keep work area clean and uncluttered. Maintaining good housekeeping helps to prevent accidents. All chemical splashes on the skin must be immediately flushed under running water. Contaminated clothing must be removed while flushing the body.

Establishing and maintaining a sound chemical safety policy not only saves human lives and protects the environment but also avoids fines and penalties. The physical and biological effects of chemicals must be considered before implementing any chemical safety measures.



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FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

First Aid can be defined as the emergency treatment of illness or injury in order to maintain life, to ease pain and to prevent deterioration of the patient's condition until professional medical help can be obtained. Assisting an injured person.

Employers are required to provide an adequate and appropriate number of suitable persons to render first-aid to ill or injured employees. Suitable persons are defined as those who hold a current first-aid certificate issued under a training course approved by the HSE. In circumstances where the 'suitable person' is absent it is permissible for the employer to appoint a person to take charge of any situation where an ill or injured person requires medical attention and to care for the first-aid facilities and equipment. Such a person should not render first-aid but should be responsible for calling medical assistance.

The employer must inform his employees of the arrangements in connection with the provision of first-aid including the location of equipment, facilities and personnel. Such information can be provided during an induction programme for new employees. Suitable notices should be displayed in prominent positions indicating the locations of first-aid facilities and the names and locations of first-aid personnel.

Your assessment may also indicate that you should provide a first-aid room, particularly where your work involves certain hazards, including some of those found in chemical industries and on large construction sites.
If you are self-employed you should have equipment to be able to provide first aid to yourself at work. You should make an assessment of the hazards and risks in your workplace and establish an appropriate level of first-aid provision.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A Fire Safety Audit is an examination of your business' premises and relevant documents by fire safety inspectors, to ascertain how your premises are being managed with regards to fire safety.

A Fire Safety Audit is the most effective tool for assessing the fire safety standards of your facility. It helps the owners to identify areas where improvement can be made and develop an action plan, in addition to emergency preparedness and mock drills. We also focused for fire safety survey and Inspection. The audit focuses on the key aspects of managing fire safety within the workplace and offers a structured path for continual improvement towards best practice status.

A Fire Safety Audit is a structured and a systematic examination of the workplace to identify the hazards from fire. This involves an in-depth examination of an organisation’s fire safety management system(s) and associated arrangements. The audit focuses on the key aspects of managing fire safety within the workplace and offers a structured path for continual improvement towards best practice status.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Chemical manufacturing plants are full of potential threats to the safety of your employees. Every day your workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, which may lead to serious injuries or death. Finding ways to reduce the risk of accidents and implementing fall prevention strategies are critical to workplace safety.

A chemical hazard is simply the risks involved with using a chemical. So in the workplace chemical hazards can be; Health hazards where workers and other personnel are exposed to hazardous chemicals through inhalation, absorption through the skin, or ingestion and swallowing.

Health hazards include skin irritants, carcinogens or respiratory sensitizers that have an adverse effect on a worker's health as a result of direct contact with or exposure to the chemical, usually through inhalation, skin contact or ingestion.
Chemical Safety in the Workplace, It requires proper planning and execution of general safety and emergency response procedures. Whether you work with chemicals directly or indirectly, it's important to understand the risks and take the necessary steps to reduce chemical hazards and increase overall safety.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere – at home, on the road, at a public place like the mall or a park, and also the workplace. Even with the effective safety measures put in place to prevent accidents, there is still a possibility that they may occur.

Nobody expects for the worst to happen but just one wrong decision can result in a catastrophic accident. All the more reasons why you need to make sure that your workplace is safe for your employees.

Whatever industry your business belongs to, there always seems to be an accident waiting to happen; either as a result of wet floors or mistakenly getting your finger caught in a machine’s grill. Even though accidents cannot be totally ruled out from the workplace, they can be effectively managed when they happen. An effective management system that can be used to save lives when an accident occurs involves training the employees to know the basic first aid techniques.
The use of first aid applies to all kinds of working environments even in the offices. First aid education can save lives in situations of an employee falling ill or being involved in an accident.

Having the presence of people who have been well-trained to give first aid will create an air of calmness and professionalism in the workplace. First aid training raises the standard of safety in every workplace. The employees will become more confident in every emergency situation and unforeseen traumatic situations and accidents will be properly handled.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING

The main goal of a safety program is to prevent workplace deaths and injuries, as well as the serious consequences that these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. Organizations with a strong safety culture that have established comprehensive safety programs, effectively act on them, and monitor their progress are the winners when it comes to workplace safety.

Workplace safety starts with a strong safety culture, the collection of value and beliefs that employers and employees share in relation to risks in the workplace. Effective leadership is critical because cultural change is complex and hard. Leaders need to embrace the safety agenda and lead the efforts across the overall organization.

Safety first, safety always! Workplace safety can be accomplished through culture, plans, and actions. But workplace safety will only reach its full potential if effective leadership and employee engagement are in place.
Industrial safety is important as it safeguards human life, especially in high risk areas such as nuclear, aircraft, chemical, oil and gases, and mining industries, where a fatal mistake can be catastrophic. Industrial Safety reduces risks to people, and processes‎.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

By taking a proper awareness training in first aid by all employees can make them more safety aware, helping bring down the number of accidents. First aid training is very important for everyone. First aid can save someone life and reduce casualty during the natural disaster and accident.

First aid helps ensure that the right methods of administering medical assistance are provided. Knowing how to help a person is just as important in emergency situations. It only takes six minutes for the human brain to expire due to lack of oxygen.
First aid training helps employees learn to be more conscious of safety in the workplace, leading to a reduced number of accidents and injuries. Minimizing risk to workers and decreasing workplace incidents is a benefit to everyone, but for employers it has implications within all aspects of business operations.

First aid training can teach employees how to properly use first aid kits, and to stay calm during an emergency. These skills are important for providing first aid to others, but for employees who work alone these same skills could help buy time until help can arrive.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

A Fire Safety Audit is a structured and a systematic examination of the workplace to identify the hazards from fire. This involves an in-depth examination of an organisation’s fire safety management system(s) and associated arrangements. The audit focuses on the key aspects of managing fire safety within the workplace and offers a structured path for continual improvement towards best practice status.

Fire and Life Safety Audit is an independent evaluation of the adequacy and compliance of the existing Fire Management System against the requirements like codes & standards, Legal requirements and organisation requirements.

Fire Safety Audit offers comprehensive guide to improvement of the safety, health and environmental issues of a workplace. This is done by experts who will have the necessary tools and experience to examine facilities, management systems, and activities carried out in the site according to safety aspects and prevailing hazards, emergency and protection management preparedness, aspects of fire prevention, building effectiveness. These will be collectively accessed to prepare a FSA report that recommends necessary upgrades, limit consequences and avert mishaps.

With our comprehensive audit reports, you can have the right system and management practice in place within no time. In order to present the highest report standards, each of our auditors come with specialized knowledge and a vast pool of experience. They come with in depth training in the subject matter and will be the best people around to guide you to safety.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Not every job is dangerous, but every employer is responsible for the safety of their employees in the workplace. One of the best ways for employers to meet their legal and moral obligations to their employees is to provide first aid training to employees. Having employees trained provides benefits that aren’t always obvious. In this article we’ll look at some of the ways that first aid training can benefit both employers and employees.

In the event of an emergency, a fast employee response can save lives. Employees trained in first aid will understand the steps to take during an emergency, thanks to increased confidence and preparation. A quick response can reduce recovery time, leading to less time lost from injuries.

First aid training helps employees learn to be more conscious of safety in the workplace, leading to a reduced number of accidents and injuries. Minimizing risk to workers and decreasing workplace incidents is a benefit to everyone, but for employers it has implications within all aspects of business operations.

Training in first aid is just as useful outside of the workplace. Knowing first aid could someday help to save the life of a friend or family member.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. A fire in the workplace can also mean the termination of jobs, as many of the offices and factories destroyed by fire in Canada are never rebuilt. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training.

With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out. Without proper training a small occurrence can quickly grow to become a major incident with devastating outcomes.
Everyone is at risk if there is a fire. However, there are some workers who may be at greater risk because of when or where they work, or because they’re not familiar with the premises or the equipment at the work site.
Fire safety training can teach workers how to recognize fire hazards, conduct a fire safety risk assessment, prevent a workplace fire, and respond if a fire occurs.

A fire safety risk assessment is the first step in identifying fire hazards. It also identifies the people at risk, state of emergency preparedness, and effectiveness of controls in the workplace. With the information from the risk assessment employers can make improvements in their fire safety plans and eliminate or reduce risks. Employers can also ensure appropriate training is provided to workers.

Fire safety training teaches workers how to prevent fires. If workers are aware of the best ways to prevent fires, they can contribute significantly to a safer workplace.

It’s important that everyone in the workplace is prepared for a fire. Workers need to know what to do in case a fire occurs and how to work together to effectively stop the advance of a fire.

Everyone is responsible for preventing fires in the workplace –employers and employee’s alike. In addition to possible injury and loss of life, a serious fire can close down a workplace resulting in significant job losses. It is possible to reduce the threat of fire to people and property by teaching everyone to work together to prevent fires with comprehensive fire safety training.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAININGS

Industrial safety refers to the management of all operations and events within an industry in order to protect its employees and assets by minimizing hazards, risks, accidents, and near misses. Industrial safety is overseen by federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

Employee engagement starts to be built around plans, but a static plan alone is not enough. For safety to be effective, we also need action.

Industrial workplaces are dangerous. Manufacturing facilities have machines with moving parts, dangerous tools, and ergonomic hazards. At construction work sites, falls, moving vehicles, and heavy materials are common. Warehouses experience a lot of forklift traffic, lifting hazards, and even slip and fall risks. Accidents happen, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do about it. With some preparation and planning, employers can identify the hazards in their facilities and take steps to reduce the risk of injuries, illnesses, and even fatalities. The first step to increasing safety is getting the information you need to get started.

Organizations such as construction companies that use dangerous equipment and hospitals exposed to deadly diseases use safety training to ingrain safety into the workplace culture. The importance of safety training extends beyond a worker's introduction to the job. It also encompasses situations when his job changes or when working conditions change. Without an understanding of safety practices related to her job, a worker will be at a higher risk for workplace injury, illness or death.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere at home, on the road, at a public place like the mall or a park, and also the workplace. Even with the effective safety measures put in place to prevent accidents, there is still a possibility that they may occur.

Nobody expects for the worst to happen but just one wrong decision can result in a catastrophic accident. All the more reasons why you need to make sure that your workplace is safe for your employees.

The use of first aid applies to all kinds of working environments even in the offices. First aid education can save lives in situations of an employee falling ill or being involved in an accident.

The managers and supervisors at the workplace are expected to be highly proficient when it comes to the administration of first aid for minor accidents and severe emergency situations. With this knowledge, the supervisors will be in a better position to protect the employees in any dangerous situation.

Establishing a good first aid response in the workplace will focus on three major aspects. The first consideration will be putting all the safety measures in place to prevent accidents in the workplace.

A well trained team of employees who have the accurate first aid knowledge will be ready to react appropriately when an accident happens to save lives and provide relief for the victims until professional medical help comes.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

Fires destroy property, cause injuries, and take lives. One of the key strategies to maintaining a safe workplace and preventing fires is fire safety training. With proper training workers can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire breaks out.

At all times, fire exits and evacuation routes must be cleared of any obstacles. Fire alarm systems or smoke detectors are necessary on the work floor. For industries working with flammable or explosive material, an emergency action plan is a must.

The importance of fire safety in a care environment. Fire safety rules and regulations are designed to save lives and protect both people and property. As the owner of a business, organisation or facility, you are responsible for fire safety and the health and safety of all people on the premises.

Fire safety training is important because it gives your employees the valuable knowledge and skills they need to prevent fires and get out of burning buildings.



WORKING AT HEIGHT SAFETY TRAINING

"Working at height" refers to work that takes place in any circumstance in which a fall could cause personal injury. This includes working on a ladder, a flat roof, or a fragile surface or even in an area near an opening in a floor or a hole in the ground. A key point for any of these situations: Workers don't need to fall far to be seriously injured or even killed.

Work at height takes place across a diverse range of industries. Many hazards may be specific to a given working environment. However, a common cause of accidents is a failure to take sufficient precautions, especially when carrying out work at relatively low heights (4 to 6 feet). Workers may fail to plan correctly and underestimate the risks involved in working at such minimal elevation. They won't secure themselves or the equipment properly, or they may place equipment in inappropriate areas where the footing isn’t secure.

Working at height carries inherent hazards. Risks need to be properly assessed and work carefully planned, even at relatively low elevations. Regulation is an important driver for raising standards, but compliance alone is not enough. A mature safety culture instills positive safety behaviors, while tailor-made product solutions can provide further invaluable protection.



FOOD SAFETY TRAINING

Political awareness and consumer education on food safety will help strengthen enforcement of food standards, improve hygienic practices, and prevent food borne illnesses.They are especially important in preventing food borne illness.

Achieving a good level of food safety, according to the FSA, should enable your business to: obey the law. Reduce the risk of food poisoning to your customers. Protect your businesses reputation. Food safety is important as it helps to protect consumer from the risk of food borne illnesses. It also helps to prevent consumers from risks of health –related conditions such as allergy and even death.

A food safety management system is a group of practices and procedures put in place to actively control risks and hazards throughout the food process and ensure regulatory compliance. One such system is a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP).

A food safety program is a written plan that shows what a business does to ensure that the food it sells is safe for people to eat. It is an important tool to help businesses handle process or sell potentially hazardous foods. This is necessary to maintain safe food handling practices and protect public health.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAININGS

The Integrated System aims to detect, minimize, and eliminate hazards and risks associated with labour practices, as well as to attain occupational and industrial safety objectives.

Workplace safety training is as vital as workplace safety itself. It enables the management to ensure a safe and healthy work environment. It also helps the employees to recognize safety hazards and correct them. It enables them to understand best safety practices and expectations.

The primary objective of workplace safety is preventing workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities. Mining companies, which have some of the highest rates of work-related injuries and fatalities, may switch to different equipment or employ non-toxic chemicals to reduce hazards on the job.

Workplace safety training is a process that aims to provide your workforce with knowledge and skills to perform their work in a way that is safe for them and their co-workers. In addition, an effective workplace safety plan includes instructions and guidelines to identify hazards, report them, and deal with incidents.

To provide a framework to secure the health and safety of workers and workplaces by protecting workers and other persons against harm to their health, safety and welfare through the elimination of risks arising from work, in accordance with the principle that workers and other persons .



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Making the workplace a safe environment is one of the top priorities of companies & organizations.Yet, despite the many safety precautions in place, accidents still occur and workers get injured. That’s why it is imperative that your staff know essential first aid in the workplace. Combined with awareness and quick thinking, these simple actions can help prevent accidents and injuries.

Most accidents and injuries in the workplace are aggravated further because of hasty decisions and actions made by co-workers. If you are present when an incident occurs, ensure that you remain calm and composed so you can make the best judgments and help the injured person.

Each department should have at least one member who is trained in practical first-aid and designated as the person-in-charge when accidents happen. A first-aid kit is vital to have on hand for a wide variety of emergency situations. Ensure that there’s one in your workplace and that everyone is aware of its location.

With these essential first aid tips in the workplace, you’ll be able to handle emergency situations well and mitigate or prevent any further harm. As they say, prevention is always better than cure. That’s why ensuring safety should always come first.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

The fire safety audit is an examination of the buildings / structures and relevant documents to ascertain how the buildings are being managed regarding fire safety.

A Fire Safety Audit is the most effective tool for assessing the fire safety standards of your facility. It helps the owners to identify areas where improvement can be made and develop an action plan, in addition to emergency preparedness and mock drills. We also focused for fire safety survey and Inspection.

Rather, the purpose is to measure and improve safety and health performance and reduce risks. Point out that everyone benefits from safety audits because they identify hazards before they cause serious problems, thereby preventing accidents, injuries, and illness.

Carrying out regular fire safety audits is extremely important for any building. Fire safety audits are an inspection of non-residential buildings to determine the management of the property with regards to fire safety. These assessments are usually planned and include examinations of relevant documentation.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

First aid is the immediate care given to victims of accidents before trained medical workers arrive. Its goal is to stop and, if possible, reverse harm. It involves rapid and simple measures such as clearing the air passageway, applying pressure to bleeding wounds or dousing chemical burns to eyes or skin.

The critical factors which shape first aid facilities in a workplace are work-specific risk and availability of definitive medical care. The care of a high-powered saw injury is obviously radically different from that of a chemical inhalation.
The provision of first aid should always have a direct relationship to general health and safety organization, because first aid itself will not handle more than a small part of workers’ total care. First aid is a part of the total health care for workers. In practice, its application will depend to a large extent on persons present at the time of an accident, whether co-workers or formally trained medical personnel. This immediate intervention must be followed by specialized medical care whenever needed.

It is not infrequent that several small incidents or minor accidents take place before a severe accident occurs. Accidents requiring only first aid represent a signal which should be heard and used by the occupational health and safety professionals to guide and promote preventive action.

First aid personnel are persons on the spot, generally workers who are familiar with the specific conditions of work, and who might not be medically qualified but must be trained and prepared to perform very specific tasks. Not every worker is suitable to be trained for providing first aid. First aid personnel should be selected carefully, taking into account attributes such as reliability, motivation and the ability to cope with people in a crisis situation.



CONSTRUCTION SAFETY HAZARDS

Accidents are called accidents because, well, they’re accidents. They are unfortunate incidents that happen unexpectedly and unintentionally, typically resulting in damage or injury. Although they happen by chance, this chance probability is always high in the construction sector. In fact, of all the industries, construction industry accidents has the highest of fatality rates at more than double the average of all the other sectors. Which leads us to the unpleasant minor accidents that happen to be immeasurably more. It is no secret that the construction workplace is not exactly health and safety heaven in fact, it is a hazard nightmare where everything wrong you can imagine could happen.

In this constantly changing working environment, however, employers have made it a point to make everyone aware of the hazards in the work site. In fact, it has been a part of the construction practice for employers to take it as their duty to look out for their employees, visitors, and anyone who may be affected by their activities. The management always carries out risk assessments to identify hazards and risks before any construction project.

If you are a construction supervisor, it’s your responsibility to set the expectations for the job site including health and safety requirements. If you’re a worker, follow the rules and job procedures set out for you. If you’re an owner or senior manager, think about the changes you can make when it comes to how projects are supervised. From regular orientation and training to daily safety talks, make sure everyone has the knowledge and tools they need to work safely.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Whether the workplace is an office or a construction site, it has two common traits valuable employees who may be injured or become ill and the need to protect them with adequate first aid procedures.

Whether employees work in a high-hazard or low-hazard environment, they face a variety of risks. Shock, bleeding, poisonings, burns, temperature extremes, musculoskeletal injuries, bites and stings, medical emergencies and distressed employees in confined spaces are just a sampling of the first aid emergencies which might be encountered in your business. These risks are compounded when employees don't feel well. Their lack of concentration can result in costly injuries.

It makes good business sense to provide first aid and appropriate training to all your employees. By making such a minimal investment in keeping your employees safe and well-trained, you could net big returns, along with a competitive advantage. Moreover, it's the law. Employees must be trained to act and think quickly to avoid delayed treatment during an emergency.

Proper first aid training not only satisfies there requirements, but fosters good will among employees, who recognize the care that their company expends to provide a safe and healthy environment for its most valuable asset: its employees.



FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

A fire in the workplace can be one of the most devastating hazards for not only the workers but the public as well. It can result in numerous serious injuries or even fatalities in addition to the extensive property damage. So fire safety is pretty important. Be sure to familiarize yourself and your co-workers with your company’s fire procedure. If procedures are being ignored or are unclear, audits. Here we’re going to explore some key universal safety procedures and tips for fire safety at your workplace.
A safe work place is crucial and ensuring that you have the right safety procedures and policies for things such as working at heights, first aid CPR, confined space entry, as well as things like WHMIS-GHS can create a great work environment that is safe and productive. A workplace assessment for fire safety should be done for every new site or when your current site undergoes changes and all fire extinguishers should be routinely inspected.
Employers must carry out a fire safety risk assessment and keep it up to date. This shares the same approach as health and safety risk assessments and can be carried out either as part of an overall risk assessment or as a separate exercise.
Based on the findings of the assessment, employers need to ensure that adequate and appropriate fire safety measures are in place to minimise the risk of injury or loss of life in the event of a fire.
To help prevent fire in the workplace, your risk assessment should identify what could cause a fire to start, i.e. sources of ignition (heat or sparks) and substances that burn, and the people who may be at risk.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work.
First aid education stresses the importance of practising safety at all times to prevent accidents and emergencies. An increased safety consciousness helps the employees to work carefully and avoid accidents. This directly makes the workplace a lot safer.

The role of a first aider is to give someone this help, while making sure that they and anyone else involved are safe. Also that they don't make the situation worse. A first aider has various responsibilities when dealing with an emergency situation.

Establishing a good first aid response in the workplace will focus on three major aspects. The first consideration will be putting all the safety measures in place to prevent accidents in the workplace.
Accidents can happen suddenly without any prior anticipation. Also believes that the first reaction when an accident happens will determine the extent to which the accident will affect the victims. The first aid training courses that can be carefully tailored to fit your company’s size, industry, and culture.

A well trained team of employees who have the accurate first aid knowledge will be ready to react appropriately when an accident happens to save lives and provide relief for the victims until professional medical help comes.



FIRE SAFETY AUDITS

The audit helps to identify the areas for improvement in fire safety measures in fire prevention, protection and mitigation system in case of fire. The audit provides an action plan which is a useful for fire prevention and mitigation and emergency preparedness.

The purpose is to measure and improve safety and health performance and reduce risks. Point out that everyone benefits from safety audits because they identify hazards before they cause serious problems, thereby preventing accidents, injuries, and illness.

Carrying out regular fire safety audits is extremely important for any building. Fire safety audits are an inspection of non-residential buildings to determine the management of the property with regards to fire safety. These assessments are usually planned and include examinations of relevant documentation.

A comprehensive fire safety audit should address the inherent fire hazardous associated with the day to day activities in an occupancy and recommend measures to reduce the potential fire hazards. In spite of bringing stringent fire safety regulations by many state governments and local bodies, still the numbers of fires in the country are on the increase, resulting in the loss of many life and property.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Chemical safety is the practice of using occupational chemical substances in a manner that ensures the safety and health of humans and prevents damage to the environment. It covers all aspects of chemical use, including the manufacture, transport, use, and disposal of chemicals.

The safe use of chemicals has a variety of components, including scientific knowledge of potential hazardous effects, technical knowledge of safe-handling and use procedures, and effective communication of the chemical identity and safety profile of all substances.

Establishing and maintaining a sound chemical safety policy not only saves human lives and protects the environment but also avoids fines and penalties. The physical and biological effects of chemicals must be considered before implementing any chemical safety measures.

It is a policy that engineering and work practice controls must be the primary means to reduce employee exposure to toxic chemicals, where feasible. Respiratory protection is required to be used if engineering or work practice controls are infeasible or while engineering controls are being implemented.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

It helps the people to identify the areas for improvement and evolve an action plan. A comprehensive fire safety audit is a structured and systematic examination of an organization or occupancy to identify the hazards from fire.
The purpose is to measure and improve fire safety and health performance and reduce risks. Point out that everyone benefits from fire safety audits because they identify hazards before they cause serious problems, thereby preventing accidents, injuries, and illness.
Fire audit plays a crucial role not only in mitigating fire hazards but also drastically reduces the stress of uncertainty.
When we talk particularly about fire safety audit, it is a comprehensive, well-structured and systematic examination which helps an organization to identify all the possible hazards from fire. From components, services, equipment, it provides recommendations for the regulatory compliance as per the existing building codes, rules, standards and regulations.
Findings of fire safety audit are then published as a report which has some recommendations for any sort of non-compliance identified. The review presented identifies remedial actions as well which plays a key role for decision makers, helping them to organize for improvements. Periodic fire safety audits thus help in preventing loss of property and human lives to a great extent.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Each workplace must ensure there are appropriate first aid provisions and skilled employees to respond to foreseeable injuries, illnesses or events. Required resources and skills are to be identified through a formal risk management approach that considers all aspects of the workplace and associated workplace activities, including but not limited to the size, location and access to essential services as well as the demographics of the workplace.

Employers and the self-employed need to assess the first aid requirements of their work. Make sure there are enough trained first aiders and facilities to help casualties of illness or injury immediately, and that an ambulance or other professional help can be summoned without delay.

In the workplace, it is the job of a first aid responder to assist in stabilizing an injured or ill person until professional medical help arrives.



CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING

Chemical safety is the practice of using occupational chemical substances in a manner that ensures the safety and health of humans and prevents damage to the environment. It covers all aspects of chemical use, including the manufacture, transport, use, and disposal of chemicals.

Establishing and maintaining a sound chemical safety policy not only saves human lives and protects the environment but also avoids fines and penalties. The physical and biological effects of chemicals must be considered before implementing any chemical safety measures.

The objective of the basic chemical safety training is to give you enough information on how to identify chemical hazardous areas and were they exist around the facility. Personnel that will bring chemical hazards to the facility or engage in hazardous chemical work also need to complete the extended chemical safety training.

The goal of the chemical safety program is to provide an environment for employees and students that is free from potential exposure to the chemicals that are used in the college. This program provides information and guidelines to addresses proper use, handling and storage of chemicals, which are mandated by federal, state and local regulations. This program encompasses the chemical hygiene program for laboratories, and the hazard communication program for non-laboratory settings.



FIRE SAFETY AUDIT

It helps the people to identify the areas for improvement and evolve an action plan. A comprehensive fire safety audit is a structured and systematic examination of an organization or occupancy to identify the hazards from fire.

Fire safety audit is an effective tool for assessing fire safety standards of an organization or occupancy. A comprehensive fire safety audit should address the inherent fire hazardous associated with the day to day activities in an occupancy and recommend measures to reduce the potential fire hazards.

A fire can happen at any time at any place. Fire safety audits will allow us to identify any non conformance and / or provide recommendations to the client allowing them to attend to these matters and therefore seek to achieve compliance with relevant legislation. It may be remembered here that the fire safety audits are not limited to a desk top review of available documentations or a visual inspection. On the contrary an active system test can also be carried out to ensure all systems operate and interface as designed and included in a fire safety audit report.

In spite of bringing stringent fire safety regulations by many state governments and local bodies, still the numbers of fires in the country are on the increase, resulting in the loss of many life and property. An effective building maintenance policy is an essential feature of fire prevention. A comprehensive fire safety audit should address the inherent fire hazardous associated with the day to day activities in an occupancy and recommend measures to reduce the potential fire hazards.



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING

The main goal of a safety program is to prevent workplace deaths and injuries, as well as the serious consequences that these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. Organizations with a strong safety culture that have established comprehensive safety programs, effectively act on them, and monitor their progress are the winners when it comes to workplace safety.

Workplace safety starts with a strong safety culture, the collection of value and beliefs that employers and employees share in relation to risks in the workplace. Effective leadership is critical because cultural change is complex and hard. Leaders need to embrace the safety agenda and lead the efforts across the overall organization.

Employee engagement starts to be built around plans, but a static plan alone is not enough. For safety to be effective, we also need action. Safety first, safety always! Workplace safety can be accomplished through culture, plans, and actions. But workplace safety will only reach its full potential if effective leadership and employee engagement are in place.



FIRST AID SAFETY TRAINING

Employers and the self-employed need to assess the first aid requirements of their work. Make sure there are enough trained first aiders and facilities to help casualties of illness or injury immediately, and that an ambulance or other professional help can be summoned without delay.

The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work.

In an emergency, first aider responsibilities are:

Manage the incident and ensure the continuing safety of themselves, bystanders and the casualty. Assess any casualties and discover the nature & cause of their injuries or illnesses. Arrange for further medical help or other emergency services to attend.

First Aid is the initial care provided to a casualty and is usually given by someone ‘on the spot’. A person administering first aid is often not a qualified health care professional and is not expected to perform the duties of one. People administering first aid are needed to provide immediate assistance until a qualified health care professional arrives and takes control of the situation or the casualty recovers.